[Edit: I forgot to mention that you can win prizes. "On November 12th we'll select three people who submitted feedback to get a free badge to Big Bad Con next year as well as a $25 gift certificate to EndGame in Oakland."]
h/t to for the link.
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(I may be getting to the point where I post enough astronomy links that I should break them off from Conversations as a Circle of their own, but no one has requested it yet.)
*this introduction modified from Kristin Moran's, via Tony Love, because I thought theirs was so awesome.
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