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Across the Universe: Father’s Day — 4 Comments

  1. Br. Guy, what a delightful story!

    Two chuckles: Jesuit vows vs. fame and fortune; “… astronomy … give[s] you the *space* …”

    My father’s influence was big in my choice of engineering (he’s one of the giants whose shoulders I stand on) and surprising in my early understanding of music theory (music wasn’t his “thing” but he passed on what he knew.)

    Fond memories of meeting you at Cornell and the Kopernik Observatory in Vestal.


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