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Where Did That Damn Spider Go ?720 viewsRon Culver plays around with the visiting Tarantula.Dec 25, 2008
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744 viewsNext order of business was to get Antenna #4 ready to handle traffic. This 9 Meter Dish would handle traffic while we cleaned up the 32 Meter Dishes.

John Bartman (left)
and Shane Edmonston discuss the process.
Dec 25, 2008
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734 viewsL-R George Cardenas, Dan Redmond, Zach White and George Thomas installing the new PA’s in Antenna #4.
Dec 25, 2008
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690 viewsL-R Shane Edmonston, Zach White, Dan Redmond, Ron Culver, George Thomas (hidden), George Cardenas and John Bartman discuss moving traffic onto Antenna #4.
Dec 25, 2008
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682 viewsL-R Bill Locke, Dan Redmond and George Thomas at the Advantech Down-Converters doing a Dry Run of the cutover
Dec 25, 2008
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Antenna Crew832 viewsWe couldn’t have done it without the help of the Southern California
Antenna Crew

L-R Mike Stewart, Dave Kerns, Matt Cox
Dec 25, 2008
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Finishing Touches908 viewsGeorge Thomas applies the finishing touches
Dec 25, 2008
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640 viewsAnd very friendly too.
This one seemed to enjoy having his picture taken.
Dec 25, 2008
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587 viewsThis Variable Checkerspot Butterfly is enjoying the warm Spring Sun.

There were quite a few different types of Butterflies taking advantage of the many wildflowers
Dec 25, 2008
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721 viewsOne day, just as the Sun was setting, this furry Tarantula came to visit. He was quite friendly and docile.
Dec 25, 2008
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Taurid Meteor1234 viewsTaurid Meteor shower. The Taurids are linked to debris from comet 2P/Enke, and roughly every 3 years there is an outburst as Earths orbit intersects the debris cloud. They appear to eminate from the Constellation Tauris. They can be very bright.Nov 09, 2008
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Taurid Meteor392 viewsTaurid Meteor shower. The Taurids are linked to debris from comet 2P/Enke, and roughly every 3 years there is an outburst as Earths orbit intersects the debris cloud. My WeatherCam captured this very bright Taurid Meteor.Nov 09, 2008
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