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Palomar Observatory at Night under the Milky Way, Panoramic photograph, Palomar Mountain, California Wind turbines and Mount San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley Wind turbines at sunrise, in the San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10 provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley
Palomar Observatory at Night under the Milky Way, Panoramic photograph.
Image ID: 29342  
Location: Palomar Observatory, Palomar Mountain, California, USA
 
Wind turbines and Mount San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22236  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines at sunrise, in the San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10 provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22242  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
The Morro Bay Power Plant, with its distinctive three stacks, rises above fishing boats in Morro Bay harbor.  Morro Bay Wind turbines, in the San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10 provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley Wind turbines provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. San Gorgonio pass, San Bernardino mountains, San Gorgonio Pass
The Morro Bay Power Plant, with its distinctive three stacks, rises above fishing boats in Morro Bay harbor. Morro Bay.
Image ID: 14900  
Location: Morro Bay, California, USA
 
Wind turbines, in the San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10 provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22239  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. San Gorgonio pass, San Bernardino mountains.
Image ID: 06887  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines and Mount San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley Wind turbines, in the San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10 provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley The OVRO 40 meter Telescope, part of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory located near Big Pine, California, USA. The telescope is used to conduct interferometric observations along with the other telescopes in the observatory, as a Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) station and as a single dish instrument. Its main focus today is on the monitoring of blazars
Wind turbines and Mount San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22237  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines, in the San Gorgonio Pass, near Interstate 10 provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22238  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
The OVRO 40 meter Telescope, part of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory located near Big Pine, California, USA. The telescope is used to conduct interferometric observations along with the other telescopes in the observatory, as a Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) station and as a single dish instrument. Its main focus today is on the monitoring of blazars.
Image ID: 28789  
Location: Big Pine, California, USA
 
The OVRO 40 meter Telescope, part of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory located near Big Pine, California, USA. The telescope is used to conduct interferometric observations along with the other telescopes in the observatory, as a Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) station and as a single dish instrument. Its main focus today is on the monitoring of blazars The OVRO 40 meter Telescope, part of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory located near Big Pine, California, USA. The telescope is used to conduct interferometric observations along with the other telescopes in the observatory, as a Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) station and as a single dish instrument. Its main focus today is on the monitoring of blazars Morro Bay Power Plant stacks, each 450-feet tall, mark the Pacific Gas and Electric power plant
The OVRO 40 meter Telescope, part of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory located near Big Pine, California, USA. The telescope is used to conduct interferometric observations along with the other telescopes in the observatory, as a Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) station and as a single dish instrument. Its main focus today is on the monitoring of blazars.
Image ID: 28791  
Location: Big Pine, California, USA
 
The OVRO 40 meter Telescope, part of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory located near Big Pine, California, USA. The telescope is used to conduct interferometric observations along with the other telescopes in the observatory, as a Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) station and as a single dish instrument. Its main focus today is on the monitoring of blazars.
Image ID: 28794  
Location: Big Pine, California, USA
 
Morro Bay Power Plant stacks, each 450-feet tall, mark the Pacific Gas and Electric power plant.
Image ID: 22211  
Location: Morro Bay, California, USA
 
Wind turbines provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. San Gorgonio pass, San Bernardino mountains, San Gorgonio Pass Wind turbines provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. San Gorgonio pass, San Bernardino mountains, San Gorgonio Pass Wind turbines, rise above the flat floor of the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs, with snow covered Mount San Jacinto in the background, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley
Wind turbines provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. San Gorgonio pass, San Bernardino mountains.
Image ID: 06857  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley. San Gorgonio pass, San Bernardino mountains.
Image ID: 06891  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines, rise above the flat floor of the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs, with snow covered Mount San Jacinto in the background, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22206  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines, rise above the flat floor of the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs, with snow covered Mount San Jacinto in the background, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley Wind turbines, rise above the flat floor of the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs, with snow covered Mount San Jacinto in the background, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley Wind turbines, rise above the flat floor of the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs, with snow covered Mount San Jacinto in the background, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley
Wind turbines, rise above the flat floor of the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs, with snow covered Mount San Jacinto in the background, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22207  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines, rise above the flat floor of the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs, with snow covered Mount San Jacinto in the background, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22208  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Wind turbines, rise above the flat floor of the San Gorgonio Pass near Palm Springs, with snow covered Mount San Jacinto in the background, provide electricity to Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley.
Image ID: 22210  
Location: San Gorgonio Pass, Palm Springs, California, USA
 
Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla.  Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world.  Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road, San Diego, California Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla.  Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world.  Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road, San Diego, California Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla.  Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world.  Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road, San Diego, California
Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla. Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world. Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road.
Image ID: 22320  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla. Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world. Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road.
Image ID: 22357  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla. Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world. Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road.
Image ID: 22394  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla.  Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world.  Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road, San Diego, California Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla.  Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world.  Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road, San Diego, California The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes
Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla. Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world. Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road.
Image ID: 22418  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
Torrey Pines golf course, situated atop the magnificent 300 foot tall seacliffs, offers majestic views of the Pacific Ocean south to La Jolla. Scattered around the course are found Torrey pine trees, one of the rare species of pines in the world. Some of La Jolla's biotechnology companies are seen on the far side of the golf course, along North Torrey Pines Road.
Image ID: 22426  
Location: San Diego, California, USA
 
The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes.
Image ID: 12699  
Location: Palomar Observatory, San Diego, California, USA
 
The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes
The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes.
Image ID: 12700  
Location: Palomar Observatory, San Diego, California, USA
 
The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes.
Image ID: 12701  
Location: Palomar Observatory, San Diego, California, USA
 
The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes.
Image ID: 12702  
Location: Palomar Observatory, San Diego, California, USA
 
The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes The Morro Bay Power Plant, with its distinctive three stacks, rises above fishing boats in Morro Bay harbor.  Morro Bay A top secret, high security alien spaceship depot in the desert east of the Colorado River.  Long suspected but only confirmed to exist for the first time with this photograph, this is a derivative high tech interstellar flight complex arising from work originally conducted at the (nonexistant) Area 51.  Strangely, certain curious aspects of this location, such as the circle and long oval tracks which support landings and liftoff of gravity drive Martian and Saturnian craft, are not shown on Google Earth, while other features in this photograph area such as the long ovoid skateboard track are indeed seen on Google Earth and can be matched to this image.  The US Government will likely deny the mere existence of this bizarre Martian landing area, Alien Spaceship Landing Field
The Palomar Observatory, located in north San Diego County California, is owned and operated by the California Institute of Technology. The Observatory supports the research of the Caltech faculty, post-doctoral fellows and students, and the researchers at Caltechs collaborating institutions. Palomar Observatory is home to the historic Hale 200-inch telescope. Other facilities on the mountain include the 60-inch, 48-inch, 18-inch and the Snoop telescopes.
Image ID: 12703  
Location: Palomar Observatory, San Diego, California, USA
 
The Morro Bay Power Plant, with its distinctive three stacks, rises above fishing boats in Morro Bay harbor. Morro Bay.
Image ID: 14901  
Location: Morro Bay, California, USA
 
A top secret, high security alien spaceship depot in the desert east of the Colorado River. Long suspected but only confirmed to exist for the first time with this photograph, this is a derivative high tech interstellar flight complex arising from work originally conducted at the (nonexistant) Area 51. Strangely, certain curious aspects of this location, such as the circle and long oval tracks which support landings and liftoff of gravity drive Martian and Saturnian craft, are not shown on Google Earth, while other features in this photograph area such as the long ovoid skateboard track are indeed seen on Google Earth and can be matched to this image. The US Government will likely deny the mere existence of this bizarre Martian landing area.
Image ID: 22130  
Location: Alien Spaceship Landing Field, California, USA
 


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