Modesto Junior College physics professor Ken Meidl stands in front of the college's brand new 28" reflecting telescope situated under the observatory dome Thursday morning (10-17-13) on the West Campus' new science building.
Modesto Junior College physics professor Ken Meidl stands in front of the college's brand new 28" reflecting telescope situated under the observatory dome Thursday morning (10-17-13) on the West Campus' new science building. efunez@modbee.com
Modesto Junior College physics professor Ken Meidl stands in front of the college's brand new 28" reflecting telescope situated under the observatory dome Thursday morning (10-17-13) on the West Campus' new science building. efunez@modbee.com

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