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  • Mona Evans

    Hubble's Variable Nebula, taken by Edwin Hubble himself. He was given the honor of making the first observation on the 200" Hale Telescope on Mount Palomar. For nearly half a century it was the world's largest telescope. Mona Evans "Palomar Observatory" http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art178826.asp

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