Joseph Wright, operations manager for the Warkoczewski Observatory at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, made adjustments Sunday to a large reflector telescope to focus in on solar flares for guests to view. The observatory held an event Sunday that included a presentation about next year’s total solar eclipse that will be visible in Kansas City.
Joseph Wright, operations manager for the Warkoczewski Observatory at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, made adjustments Sunday to a large reflector telescope to focus in on solar flares for guests to view. The observatory held an event Sunday that included a presentation about next year’s total solar eclipse that will be visible in Kansas City. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
Joseph Wright, operations manager for the Warkoczewski Observatory at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, made adjustments Sunday to a large reflector telescope to focus in on solar flares for guests to view. The observatory held an event Sunday that included a presentation about next year’s total solar eclipse that will be visible in Kansas City. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

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