Solar Observatory

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Solar Observatory

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How I fashioned a low-tech setup to record the sun’s movement.

 

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Craig Van Horn

Craig Van Horn was a mechanical engineer doing propulsion R&D right when people started using the phrase "it's not rocket science" — and for him, it was rocket science.

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