Boise State assistant professor Brian Jackson opens the dome at the university’s observatory, built in the 1970s atop the Education and Science Building on campus. Jackson plans to hold public events to let people view features on the moon and distant planets in our solar system.
Boise State assistant professor Brian Jackson opens the dome at the university’s observatory, built in the 1970s atop the Education and Science Building on campus. Jackson plans to hold public events to let people view features on the moon and distant planets in our solar system. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Boise State assistant professor Brian Jackson opens the dome at the university’s observatory, built in the 1970s atop the Education and Science Building on campus. Jackson plans to hold public events to let people view features on the moon and distant planets in our solar system. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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