In search of Planet x


Transcript: 10/11/2017: KKTV (CBS) … now to a look at what is trending in our community. to do that we welcome in our digital content producer tony keith. some people living in the mountain shadows neighborhood may have noticed a unique addition along flying w ranch road. a viewer reached out to us a couple months ago with a great tip. a local man, who rebuilt his home after the waldo canyon fire, now has his own personal observatory. 9.48 when we had the waldo canyon fire, of course we lost our home, but everybody in the neighborhood i mean 300 something homes lost from the ashes of the waldo canyon fire 3.10 when we rebuilt the house, i set aside an area here, if i ever got an observatory this is where i would build it a 2-story tower 5.10 this is about 2 tons of concrete, it’s 20 feet high nestled in the mountain shadows neighborhood of colorado springs 5:55 kind of looks like a with the purpose of exploring the universe “so the telescope has a focal length of 660 milimeters 5.44 it’s possible, to do real research with this type of telescope brian gybson fulfilling his dream, building a personal observatory. 9.26 it motivates my spirit and challenges my mind taking his astro photography to a whole new level 8.41 the reason i have a telescope, the reason i love astronomy, the reason i built the observatory, is because thinking about looking at, observing, and trying to understand the universe the cosmos, what is out there, is so amazing, it challenges my my mind in the way that nothing else can. there’s much more to this story guys, bryan was telling me he’s in talks with uccs to possibly partner up to look for planet x. …