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Bill Westphal's Photo Gallery - Last additions

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Antenna Crew2366 viewsWe couldn’t have done it without the help of the Southern California
Antenna Crew

L-R Mike Stewart, Dave Kerns, Matt Cox
Dec 25, 2008
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Finishing Touches2740 viewsGeorge Thomas applies the finishing touches
Dec 25, 2008
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1883 viewsAnd very friendly too.
This one seemed to enjoy having his picture taken.
Dec 25, 2008
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2338 viewsThis Variable Checkerspot Butterfly is enjoying the warm Spring Sun.

There were quite a few different types of Butterflies taking advantage of the many wildflowers
Dec 25, 2008
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2442 viewsOne day, just as the Sun was setting, this furry Tarantula came to visit. He was quite friendly and docile.
Dec 25, 2008
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Taurid Meteor3282 viewsTaurid Meteor shower. The Taurids are linked to debris from comet 2P/Enke, and roughly every 3 years there is an outburst as Earths orbit intersects the debris cloud. They appear to eminate from the Constellation Tauris. They can be very bright.Nov 09, 2008
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Taurid Meteor1940 viewsTaurid Meteor shower. The Taurids are linked to debris from comet 2P/Enke, and roughly every 3 years there is an outburst as Earths orbit intersects the debris cloud. My WeatherCam captured this very bright Taurid Meteor.Nov 09, 2008
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2572 viewsWestern Fence Lizards were everywhere. They seemed to sit just outside the doors and watch us come and go. They were about 4-5 inches long and very curious.
Oct 28, 2008
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1954 viewsSilver Bush LupineOct 28, 2008
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2011 viewsMexican Evening PrimroseOct 28, 2008
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1960 viewsLunchtime walks provided a refreshing break from the hard work being done at the Earth Station.

Prickly Phlox
Oct 28, 2008
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2188 viewsThe hills around the Earth Station were covered with a variety of wildflowers of different types and colors.

This is called Purple Nightshade
Oct 28, 2008
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