Staring at the moon and the stars is something he first did as a kid in west Texas, where the sky is wide and the stars are bright. He found them nearly as fascinating as the game of golf, which has intrigued all his life. One Christmas he asked his wife, Erin, to buy him a telescope and she did. http://mesadiewright.accessnetwork.us/2016/08/01/investigating-significant-details-for-interview-questions/Thus began a hobby that has led NASA to purchase some of his photographic work. Its also led him to keep a telescope at a place nearly 600 miles from his home outside San Antonio in a mountain reserve called New Mexico Skies. Hes not alone there. NASA, Yale and St. Andrews University all have telescopes there and Harvard was working on a project there recently when he arrived to do some night sky watching. Now Walker has a new twist he can add to the area.
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