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Winners announced in national spectrograph contest held at MSU
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Todd Lines, left, and Scott Muler, both of Brigham Young University-Idaho, set up their spectrograph May 15 on the roof of AJM Johnson Hall at Montana State University to take a measurement from the sun at the third annual National Student Solar Spectrograph Competition. (MSU photo by Kelly Gorham).
Ryan Sullivan, left, and Luther Meyer from the College of Charleston sight the sun in their spectrograph May 15 on the roof of AJM Johnson Hall at Montana State University during the third annual National Student Solar Spectrograph competition in Bozeman. (MSU photo by Kelly Gorham).
Montana State University students Israt Jahan Disha, left, Devinka Edirrisinghe, standing, and Mustafa Al Momin make final preparations before taking readings May 15 at the National Student Solar Spectrograph Competition on the roof of MSU's AJM Johnson Hall. The team's entry also featured a house-shaped structure and a solar panel to provide power for the instrument. (MSU photo by Kelly Gorham).