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You are never too old to help planet Earth

Donald J Doran

December 2, 2012

I have been a PS member for a while, and have always been interested in space and astronomy, but ended up as an oilfield chem. engineer. Now retired since 2009 at age 71, then enrolled in Liverpool John Moore U distance learning courses and completed 120 credits for a cert. My passion is astrophotography. I now have an AG12/Titan/H35 system. Next step towards getting off this planet is Mars. We have to go where nobody has gone before if we are going to survive as a species. Cheers, Don


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