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Looking at the sky

Eric Lunan

December 18, 2012

I was brought up surrounded by radios and airplanes. Looking up at the sky was normal. I can always remember looking for Sputnik and Echo. Then there were meteors. My father and older brother took me and my younger brother to see a solar eclipse. And we watched all the space shots: Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo. I have never stopped looking at the sky. The wonder of our own planet has always fascinated me as well. We learn so much about here by looking out there...

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