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My baby brother discovered that asteroid!

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My baby brother discovered that asteroid!

We are so excited about this international news!:banana: :banana:

Sue
He must be a really smart baby!! LOL

Congrats!!
 

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Conngrats. I have a son who is an astrophysicist but I don't thinl he ever discovered anything. Will he make the history books? Or at least the astronomy books?:cheer: :cheer: :cheer:

That is so exciting. Where does he work?
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He works for the University of Arizona, at the observatory on Mt. Lemmon. They are funded by NASA so I hope this helps with their continued funding! DH and I got a personalized tour of the facility last month when we vacationed in AZ.

He discovered his first asteroid as an amateur in his backyard observatory and he named it after my deceased father.
 
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He works for the University of Arizona, at the observatory on Mt. Lemmon. They are funded by NASA so I hope this helps with their continued funding! DH and I got a personalized tour of the facility last month when we vacationed in AZ.

He discovered his first asteroid as an amateur in his backyard observatory and he named it after my deceased father.

My son was in Ariz last month. He works for NASA in Washington, DC.
 
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