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Griffith Observatory Calendar:

2010 Meridian Instrument – Gottlieb Transit Corridor

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Published by:
bruce bohannan
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
32 pages Saddle-stitched
Science & Nature
architecture, art, astronomical observation, astronomy, local noon, time

Each day at local noon the earth turns the sun to the meridian of Griffith Observatory to remind us that the sun is the root of time.

Visitors to the Gottlieb Transit Corridor observe this"zero-point" of time with a sculpture of architecture and astronomy known as the Meridian Instrument.

The Meridian Instrument has marked local noon daily since its dedication in May 2007, the 72nd anniversary of Griffith Observatory.

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