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“And through the Dark the Brilliant Light,” Edinburgh, Scotland

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3/15/2012 at 1:44:16 PM GMT
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R. Isaac said:
OUTSTANDING! That's a great accomplishment. Thanks for posting it.



Thanks!  The project was not an advancement for hard science, but such things can help to stir interest in science.  Our local astronomy club has had, at times, over 1,000 people, mostly youngsters, at individual, pro-science events, and the recent "first" with our ISS contact will add spice to our presentations.