Boise State assistant professor Brian Jackson opens the dome at the observatory that was built in 1977 atop the Science and Education building on campus. Jackson has his eye on the night sky. It might be possible this weekend, he said to see a green comet if skies clear up.
Boise State assistant professor Brian Jackson opens the dome at the observatory that was built in 1977 atop the Science and Education building on campus. Jackson has his eye on the night sky. It might be possible this weekend, he said to see a green comet if skies clear up. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Boise State assistant professor Brian Jackson opens the dome at the observatory that was built in 1977 atop the Science and Education building on campus. Jackson has his eye on the night sky. It might be possible this weekend, he said to see a green comet if skies clear up. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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