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The facility is already using its massive peeper to take a close look at sunspots, and its observations may someday lead to better forecasts of space weather.
THE BEST SPACE STORIES OF 2020CHARLIE WOODDECEMBER 25, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Humans have long dreamt about looking directly at the Sun, even though it’s extremely dangerous for our peepers.
IMAGES LIKE THIS ONE COULD HELP REVEAL THE SUN’S INNER WORKINGSMARÍA PAULA RUBIANO A.DECEMBER 11, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
A farmer going by told him it was only a "spring Peeper," whatever that was, "some kind of a critter in the water."
TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON
He had the sore peeper bound up for three or four days before he took it to a hospital.
ODD NUMBERSSEWELL FORD
Ned Ward describes them as figuring, in his time, on the door of “a star-peeper,” in Prescot Street.
THE HISTORY OF SIGNBOARDSJACOB LARWOOD
He quietly sidled up to the hole where a peeper's nose made a knot on the tent on the inside.
GOV. BOB. TAYLOR'S TALESROBERT L. TAYLOR
He kept his eyes on the crosshair of the peeper, one hand over the timer button.
ANCHORITERANDALL GARRETT
"It's th' new peeper," drawled the bookstall lad, with a most foolish condescension towards the new paper.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
You will not have much use of this peeper for a week or ten days to come.
LILY NORRIS' ENEMYJOANNA MATHEWS
Why, I've been longing for years to learn how peeper frogs peep.
WILDERNESS OF SPRINGEDGAR PANGBORN

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