Today's sky searches
An asteroid-seeker talks about the search process and Clyde Tombaugh's impact on astronomy.
December 21, 2005
|Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, became a household name after Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto from there in 1930. The observatory has remained in the forefront of astronomical findings ever since. Astronomy talked with Brian Skiff, a research assistant there, about modern-day astronomical searches and his thoughts on Tombaugh's legacy.|
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