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Scotland’s 2nd Astronomer Royal, Charles Piazzi Smyth, born in 1819, pioneered the use of mountain tops to observe the stars in clear air with an expedition to Tenerife. In Egypt he measured the dimensions of the Great Pyramid and its astronomical orientation. Matjaž Vidmar of the Royal Observatory Edinburgh tells his story.

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