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Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 20, 2016
Don Masters, landscaper, Lawrence
Roger Oyer, works for Vizio, Lawrence
Laiken Railing, high school senior, Lawrence
Skyler Mills, high school senior, Lawrence
“The Little Dipper and the Big Dipper.”
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Connie, queen of the skies.
1 year, 5 months ago
the Constellation over at the Combat Air Museum in Topeka is a real treat, open for people to go inside.
I didn't know it was open. Need to make another trip out that way. Thanks, Bill.
The southern cross.
Corvus the Crow
I agree with Skylar: the Big Dipper is easy to find, and the top two stars point right at the North Star. So if you find the Big Dipper you can always find True North, and you always know where you are! And of course the 'Big Dipper' was KU's own Wilt Chamberlain.
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