"Lowbrows - it is clear!"
Evening zodiacal light
Summer Milky Way
Summer Milky Way. Scutum star cloud is below center.
M8, M20, M23
Milky Way Sagittarius to Aquila
Milky Way Aquila to Cygnus
North America and Pelican nebulae
Nebulosity around Sadr (center star of Cygnus). The Crescent Nebula (NGC 6888) is in this picture - can you find it? (you probably have to zoom in)
Milky Way Cygnus to Cassiopeia. The Double Cluster is at upper right.
Double Cluster and Stock 2
IC 1805 (left) and IC 1848 (right)
The Pleiades and the Hyades
Auriga, with IC 405 (right) and IC 410 (left) at bottom
Orion and Taurus
Orion, including Barnard's loop
Orion's Belt and Sword, including the Horsehead Nebula
Morning zodiacal light (left) intersecting the winter Milky Way (right)
Nathan's a little edgy after wrestling with the Egg Nebula last night. Guess who won.
Neighbor Jim Lawrence and his 12.5-inch binoculars
Okie and Tex
Ecklund Hotel - great food!
Picture Canyon - Colorado
While exploring, Mark and Nathan came across this rock formation. They named it "CamelNotPartOfUs". Photo courtesy Mark Deprest.
That made me realize that there's quite a zoodiac (sic) of rock formations out there. Here's KoalaNotPartOfUs.
CamelNotPartOfUs's big brother
On the way home, in the middle of Kansas
Windmill farm, in Kansas
These grain elevators in Kansas are spaced about every twelve to fifteen miles.
Kansas Cosmosphere - Hutchinson, KS
Shuttle orbiter mock-up (or at least half of one)
Actual backup of Sputnik
Business end of a Russian R-7 booster. Sputnik and Vostok and R-7 ICBM used five of these
Explorer I mock-up
Gus Grissom's Liberty Bell 7 that spent 30 some-odd years on the ocean floor
Part of the Berlin Wall