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originally posted by: shaolin_dragon
a reply to: 898929
Is it me, or are those two guys carrying rifles? Might be just their arms being held at an odd angle, or could be a glitch in the picture?
originally posted by: Fiscal
a reply to: Tanga36
His about section lists being a writer and ownyourowndefense.net.
He tweets pretty constantly about USPS events and business.
I’d say there’s your link.
originally posted by: caterpillage
a reply to: threeeyesopen
I guess it's taking them a while to come up with a lie that they feel we would accept and not pick apart into a million pieces.
...the Dunn Solar Telescope (DST) continues to operate today - though much of it has been upgraded over the years. Presently, a high-order efficient adaptive optics system makes it possible for the telescope to effectively remove most of the distortion caused by the atmosphere above the telescope. As such, to date, the DST has some of the sharpest ground-based images of the Sun available in the world.
...Dunn Solar Telescope in Sunspot, including the acquisition of science data at the DST, still one of the finest solar telescopes in existence. The NSO remain in charge of operations of the Sunspot site. With the advent of DKIST, the DST will become even more invaluable to the scientific community, as the unique design and flexibility of the DST allow the telescope to provide important complimentary data to the DKIST telescope that the design of DKIST simply does not allow. Despite nearing its 50th birthday, the Dunn Solar Telescope continues to operate on clear-weather days, providing unparalleled data to the solar scientific community.