Peter Rosenthal (left) and Ralph Nye talk about the features of the Pluto Discovery Telescope that the pair helped restore at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. (Jake Bacon / The Daily News-Sun)

Peter Rosenthal (left) and Ralph Nye talk about the features of the Pluto Discovery Telescope that the pair helped restore at Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. (Jake Bacon / The Daily News-Sun)

Repairs completed on Lowell Observatory’s Pluto telescope

The team removed, cleaned and reused everything down to the nuts, bolts and screws.

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