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Editor's Semi-Dark Matter


 

As in previous years, the Andrah Foundation of Michigan, through it's local representatives, Paul and Ann Summers, have given $500 to SJAA. This is to promote education and public awareness of Astronomy. We thank Paul and Ann, and the Andrah Foundation, for their generosity. - JVN

The Mars Center at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffet Field is open to the public. Visit web site http://www.arc.nasa.gov.

Errata: In the January issue the landing sites for the Spirit and Opportunity rovers were transposed. Spirit lands at Gusev Crater and Opportunity lands at Meridiani Planum.

A hardcopy version of Don Machholz's book on the Messier Marathon (see page 6) has been spotted at Borders.

 


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