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peak, 5,710 ft (1,740 m) high, S Calif., in the San Gabriel Mts., NE of Pasadena. It is the site of Mt. Wilson Observatory (est. 1904), one of the Hale Observatories. A 100-in. (254-cm) reflecting telescope there, no longer in use, was once the world's largest.
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Additionally, the patient lived on Mt. Wilson and had not traveled recently to other known locations where this disease is endemic.
boylii) are involved in the enzootic focus on Mt. Wilson.
First, spirochetes from all ticks from Mt. Wilson belonged to GGII, extending south by [approximately equal]900 km (560 miles), the known geographic distribution of B.
Shares: iHeart 25.9-26.4-25.6-25.8, CBS 21.5-22.4-22.4-22.0, Univision 8.8-8.0-8.3-8.8, SBS 4.0-3.9-4.5-4.7,Bonneville 3.9-3.9-3.9-3.7, Mt. Wilson 3.7, Cumulus 3.1.
Cluster Shares for July/August/September: iHeart 23.9-23.8-20.3, CBS 17.1-19.9-19.1, Univision 8.8-9.3-7.1, Emmis 4.7, SBS 4.5, Lieberman 4.3, Mt. Wilson 3.3, Bonneville 3.0, CMLS 2.8
"Our sun has spent about a third of its time over the last millennium in this relatively inactive state," Baliunas says, calling the Mt. Wilson project "a portrait of what the sun would do over time, if we waited long enough."
If the Maunder minimum on Earth indeed reflects a lower solar brightness during that 70-year period -- a possibility the Mt. Wilson observations support -- the correlation "has implications for the explanation of climate changes over time scales of decades to centuries," Baliunas and Jastrow say.
The atmosphere above Mt. Wilson is very stable and so particularly good for certain kinds of stellar observations.
In another year or so, a dedicatedstellar interferometer will be operating on Mt. Wilson in Pasadena, Calif., according to Michael Shao and M.
He discussed work done by himself, Alan Dressler of the Mt. Wilson Observatory in Pasadena, Calif., and Scott Tremaine of the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics in Toronto that reviews in detail and discounts the evidence for supermassive black holes in the centers of these nearby galaxies.
Periods longer than nine years haven't had several cycles measured." Olin Wilson of the Mt. Wilson and Las Campanas Observatories in Pasadena, Calif., was cited at the meeting for 18 years of obsevations that have brought things that far.