Arts & Collectibles
John H. Mowbray Astrograph "Leonid Meteor Storm over Red Rock"
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- Estimated Value
- $500 USD
- $190 USD to lg4040bc1
- Number of Bids
- 4 - Bid History
The winner of this package will receive an Astrograph by avid astronomer and photographer John Mobray.
Leonid meteors made a spectacular appearance over the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation during the early morning hours of November 18, 2001. Captured by astrophotographer John H. Mowbray, this framed print of the 2001 Leonid Meteor Storms is a beatiful and historical addition to your art collection. John H. Mowbray is an avid astronomer and photographer who enjoys exploring the universe from the environs of Southern Nevada in general and the Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area in particular. Passionate about astronomy, Mowbray and his telescopes have scanned the night skies for years. Capturing on film the last solar eclipse of the 20th century and the first lunar eclipse of the 21st century, Mowbray's photographs of comets and planetary conjunctions serve as his therapy and as a chronicle of unique events of the cosmos. Mowbray's passion has been featured at the Nevada State Musuem and Historical Society and in CERCA magazine and the Las Vegas Review Journal.
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