Night! Camera! Action!
Rick Johnson has his eyes on the skies.
Deep in the forest of Hubbard County, Johnson's celestial observatory monitors stars, black holes, nebulas, asteroids, moons, supernovas and planets.
He delights in finding "uncataloged" objects by pointing his telescope into a seemingly empty region of space.
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