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Things looking up for amateur astronomers with personal observatory

Scott Jamieson’s home observatory in Eagle, Wis., features a roll-off roof for stargazing. He uses his observatory to study galaxies and star clusters.
Scott Jamieson’s home observatory in Eagle, Wis., features a roll-off roof for stargazing. He uses his observatory to study galaxies and star clusters.
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Regardless of their interest in astronomy, visitors to Chris Krstanovic’s home want to look through his telescope. Krstanovic recently built an observatory at his house in Windham, N.H. Before he added the domed structure, he didn’t stargaze as often as he liked because of the time and effort involved in setting up his telescopes and other equipment. “It takes you two hours to set up plus two hours to take down. It takes away from ...


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