The Nightly News
An Astronomy blog by Joe Bauman, Salt Lake City
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  1. Blog 25: A night on Frisco Peak
    17 Aug, 2017
    Blog 25: A night on Frisco Peak
    Frisco Peak, the highest point of southern Utah’s San Francisco Mountains, pokes up 3,000 feet above the sagebrush desert. The heavily wooded mountaintop houses a big set of microwave repeater towers. Windswept bristlecone pines and other evergreens and shrubs lean around the peak, which reaches the elevation of 9,660 feet. Mountain range after mountain range recede to the horizon. But what brought Nightly News there wasn't the microwave towers or the spectacular Beaver County scenery. Jolting
  2. Blog 17: Sometimes
    27 May, 2017
    Blog 17: Sometimes
    I had not gone on a good astrophotography expedition since October 2015, and now that I had a new CCD astronomy camera I was anxious to try it out on galaxies – particularly NGC 6946, the Fireworks Galaxy, with Patrick Wiggins' newly discovered supernova. On May 5 I had attempted the project but didn’t get started because of the failure of the DC-to-AC converter that powers the telescope focuser. Now, on Tuesday, May 23, armed with a new converter, I drove back to a site near Vernon, Tooele

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