Charles Augustus Young Quote

Astronomers do not overlook a wide and open valley, but rather from the foothills of a mountain range, look upward into mists and clouds, and every path soon disappears into obscurity, except where here and there sunlight breaks through.


In: George Isles, The Skies and the Earth

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Astronomers do not overlook a wide and open valley, but rather from the foothills of a mountain range, look upward into mists and clouds, and every...

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Astronomers do not overlook a wide and open valley, but rather from the foothills of a mountain range, look upward into mists and clouds, and every...

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Astronomers do not overlook a wide and open valley, but rather from the foothills of a mountain range, look upward into mists and clouds, and every...

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Astronomers do not overlook a wide and open valley, but rather from the foothills of a mountain range, look upward into mists and clouds, and every...