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Ralph Aeschliman describes himself as a frustrated amateur astronomer from the Pacific Northwest. Fresh out of college with an art degree, he took his 6-inch refractor to Flagstaff, Arizona, in 1989 to look for a job and clear skies. His timing was perfect. He was hired by the astrogeology group of the U.S. Geological Survey and began work as an airbrush cartographer.
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