Congratulations, Jen!

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Way to go, Jen!!
 
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Jen, that's so great!
 
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Well, I think this is a good cause, that Jen's working toward. My congratulations.
 
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Hip Hip Hooray!
Hip Hip Hooray!
Hip Hip Hooray!
 
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congratulations!
 
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Yes congradulations Jen!
 
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Hopefully, in my lifetime I can enjoy the heavens with all the beauty that they bestowed upon the Ancients. Just think, as we clear up this pollution, the name "Jen" will come to grace many astronomical phenomena!

Looks like it's the Ivies for you, Jen!
 
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Hey, Jen, I just passed along that story to the New England Light Pollution Advisory Group.

p.s. Your last name is very apropos for an astronomer! :smile:
 
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Thanks ewveryone! I'm glad to know that I have so much support from everyone here!

You deserve it:wink:
 
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Congratulations Jen!

For your hard work and dedication, I'll send you an autographed picture of me :wink:.
 
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As it is nice to see a local PFer on a national level, I am even more pleased to see a national, evil as MS is, picking up a story on dark skies. It seems to me, most people don't even know what a dark sky is anymore.
 
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Did you all see the episode (a repeat, I believe) of "The Simpsons" last week where Lisa (Jen?) attempts to organize "dark skies"?
 
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By the way everyone I wasn't thinking clearly when I posted this on the calender... NDSW STARS TONIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You guys know what to do and know the drill... if not go here: National Dark Sky Week
 
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Holy smokes, this is great. Congratulations, Jennifer. I don't spend a lot of time in the A&C forum (that will change when I get around to buying a telescope), and when I saw the topic "National Dark Sky Week", I assumed that it was already an established thing.

Good work.
 
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Speaking of that Tom how is the search going?
 

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