David H. Levy's Evening Stars: A Bonanza night
November 2009: The classic television program encouraged people to "look to the stars," just as many of us have at star parties and outreach events.
September 28, 2009
|"In 1907," resonates the deep voice of Ben Cartwright in the closing scene of the March 18, 1962, Bonanza, "Albert Abraham Michelson, proud son of Virginia City, Nevada, became the first American to receive the Nobel Prize for his precise measurement of the speed of light."|
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