This is David Dickinson, conceiver of AstroGuyz. I’m originally from Mapleton, Maine, and retired from the U.S Air Force as an Aircraft Armament Systems Specialist. I have been fasinated by astronomy and science since watching the last Apollo Moonshots in the early 70′s and Star Trek re-runs as a kid. I’ve owned about half a dozen telescopes, done public out reach, built my own observatory, and operated the 16-scope and the University of Arizonas’ Flandreau Observatory. I’ve also contributed variable and meteor observing data. I started this blog in response to the huge interest I see in the general public, as well as some of the mis-conceptions I’ve heard.
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