Mobile Earth + Space Observatory boosts STEM exposure, connect to Pikes Peak Observatory
The group that plans to build an observatory on top of Pikes Peak already has its Mobile Earth + Space Observatory rolling to rural Colorado schools, whose students otherwise wouldn't be using infrared cameras and solar telescopes while learning about water resources. But with more money, MESO also could link to and remotely control the $650,000 telescope planned for the summit of America's Mountain, said Bob Sallee, chairman of the National Space Science & Technology Institute, the local nonprofit that deploys MESO.
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