Amateur Astronomer Puts World in Perspective

Gilbert, Rick
June 2006
Wireless Week;6/15/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 13, p38
Trade Publication
The article features Rick Gilbert, president and CEO of Kineto Wireless who is also an amateur astronomer. Gilbert is one of the owners of the Star Shadows Remote Observatory in New Mexico. Gilbert and his co-owners spend their spare time creating images of the universe.


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