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    I am so excited to get my copy! A huge congratulations to everyone at the Obs!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimS View Post
    For those who know more...
    Is the online story different than the print story? I'd imagine it is...but?
    I never thought so, but maybe. The online article does not seem like 12 pages.
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    Thumbs up

    Congrats OBS, on your world wide premiere! In all these years Nat Geo never made it up there? Looking forward to getting my copy!
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    For those of you who have Facebook, consider posting a note and link about this in your "feed" so that your friends, family, etc. get the news about the National Geographic article. In theory, this could amount to several hundred or thousand extra people getting the news...and even more good publicity for the Observatory...

    Ed

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    Great article and the pictures are amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billysinc View Post
    Great article and the pictures are amazing.
    I just noticed the photo gallery online, very nice.
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    I found the photos. There is now a link on the left for Photo Gallery.

    The image of the gallery at night is absolutely stunning! I need to have that as my laptop wallpaper.
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    This is just fantastic! What a great opportunity for the OBS. Congratulations to Scot and everyone there. Can't wait to see it in print. The photos in the gallery on the article page are amazing. The night shot of the OBS just became my new desktop wallpaper. Spectacular!!!
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    Hi folks,

    Glad you're enjoying all this! FYI-- the article online is identical to the print version, but there are many more pics on the web than in print.

    Anyone see the Union Leader today? Gotta love getting the front page in the state's largest paper!

    Take care,
    Scot

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    Not sure how long it will be available for, but you can catch the front page at:
    http://www.newseum.org/todaysfrontpa...ge=gal&b_pge=5

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