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If the sun-grazing comet survives its close approach with the sun in November, it could be visible to the naked eye in December.
Arizona’s oldest observatory has published its first scientific results from its newest telescope.
Bits of the region's star-gazing history are the focus of Monday's Public Evening at Steward Observatory, which will mark its 90th birthday Tuesday.
Lowell Observatory, Arizona's oldest center for astronomy, is launching a campaign to recruit an army of benefactors to repair the telescope and dome from which Percival Lowell discovered what he said were ancient canals on Mars.
Arizona's newest telescope is assembled at a site near Happy Jack, about 45 miles southeast of Flagstaff.
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