check exoplanets dot nasa dot gov
i don’t know whether to believe all of this about 137 thousand years to travel within a galaxy and whatnot or if it’s a private club of the serotonin-abusing liars. Stuck on adelaide ames’ drowning, that her friend’s name was mary allen and the search-engine is having a ball with a common name like that.
check Avogario de Ferrara, in, “The Duke and the Stars,” Monica Azzolini
Harlow Shapley, 1885-1972 (1872-1942 curtis heber, ck incubators, astronomy’s great debate in the 1920s sometime on the size of the universe) Actually I’m thinking the guy maybe looks like a Shahan, or an identity-thief of that type’s photos either too maybe, but this is the important subject to me and his partner in that famous Shapley-Ames Catalog had had a mysterious death so I’m wondering if she was going to expose that they were fabricating the size of space, and somehow I’d thought this guy had had a whole different face from the photos I’m noticing now, and then this book, the only biography on him for some reason, the book is by a _______, a strangeo, makes six to ten such books per year since 2015, all of them seeming like maybe not legit people and subjects or write-ups, because I can’t find a copy of it in any texas library had seemed odd, only published in Feb. 2015, and then a bunch of astronomy books, like a biography on cecilia payne gaposchkin for instance, that I wonder how Adelaide Ames could have died like that without anyone’s mention I’ve been able to find so far. I was thinking of going back to the newspaper death article to get the other girl in the boat’s name, that she was from Worcester, Mass.
Harlow Shapley earned his bachelor’s degree as a student of Frederick Seares at the University of Missouri in his home state, then wrote an important doctoral dissertation on eclipsing binary stars under Henry Norris Russell at Princeton. From 1914 to 1921 he was at Mt. Wilson Observatory, where he calibrated Henrietta S. Leavitt’s period-luminosity relation for Cepheid variable stars and used it to determine the distances to globular clusters. He boldly and correctly proclaimed that the globulars outline the Galaxy, and that the Galaxy is far larger than was generally believed and centered thousands of light years away in the direction of Sagittarius. In 1920 he held what was later dubbed Astronomy’s Great Debate with Heber D. Curtis on the scale of the universe. From 1921 to 1952 Shapley was director of the Harvard College Observatory. There he studied the Magellanic Clouds and made catalogs of galaxies. He wrote many books and was an important popularizer of science. He founded and developed an outstanding graduate school and moved Harvard’s observing stations from Cambridge, Massachusetts and Arequipa, Peru to Harvard, Massachusetts (some 60 km west of Cambridge) and South Africa, respectively. The president of many organizations and a cofounder of UNESCO, he played a major role in national and international affairs.
steward observatory jinyoung serena kim on exoplanets
bruce dorminey write-up: To date, only about 40 stars have been observed to harbor starlight-scattering debris disks which reveal the presence of such small particles, Glenn Schneider, a team co-investigator and an astronomer at the University of Arizona’s Steward Observatory, told me. “This is not because they are conceived as rare, but rather that they are observationally challenging and we likely are seeing only the tip of [the] iceberg,” he said.
1980 carl sagan louis friedman bruce murray formed the planetary society, (for fundraising i guess.)
benson news – sun dot com slash news slash article _ 2fb1dbef-ca36-56f9-955f-056e91a33c36 dot html