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Star Power

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Thomas Valencia, education and outreach specialist at Lake Mead National Recreation Area, sets up a telescope Saturday, June 29, for a star party. About 50 people attended the event to learn more about stars and constellations as well as view deep-space objects that were visible between the clouds.

Niki Heun, an interpretation and education technician at Lake Mead National Recreation Area, presented a program about constellations and asterisms (prominent group of stars) during an evening star party at the national park Saturday, June 29.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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