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Boise State program provides telescopes to classrooms across Idaho

Rachel Huchmala
Sean Evans
Dr. Rachel Huchmala uses the Unistellar App to control one of the Unistellar eQuinox2 telescopes.

The Idaho night sky will soon have many new observers thanks to a grant from NASA's Science Activation Program, which will put telescopes in classrooms across the state.

An effort which Boise State University's Telescopes for Teachers Program has been working hard on. Dr. Rachel Huchmala joined Idaho Matters to talk more about this endeavor.

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