THE OUTSTANDINGLY BEAUTIFUL, ASTRONOMICALLY CONSTRUCTED,
FIRST PUBLIC OBSERVATORY IN THE SAN BERNARDINO MOUNTAINS
ROTATED ITS DOME AND OPENED ITS SHUTTER
TO DARK, CLEAR "MOUNTAIN SKIES"
AT 9:30 PM ON SUNDAY AUGUST 7TH, 2000!
THE MSAS ASTRONOMY VILLAGE
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THE BIRTH OF THE ROBERT BROWNLEE OBSERVATORY
At 11:30 AM on Sunday August 6th Jeff Kawell Crane service arrived on site to lift the dome off the cement pad. The observatory walls were build on the pad.
The crane lifted the dome to the top of the newly constructed walls.
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