|E. E. BARNARD|
|USA (1857 - 1923)|
Best known for his discovery of Barnard's star in 1916, Edward Emerson Barnard was a gifted astronomer who grew up with little formal education. In 1876, he purchased his first telescope, a 5-inch refractor and discovered his first comet in 1881. In 1892, he discovered Amalthea, the fifth moon of Jupiter, making him the first to discover a new Jovian moon since Galileo in 1609. After joining Yerkes Observatory at the University of Chicago in 1895, Barnard spent great amounts of time photographing the Milky Way. Posthumously, his photographs were published in 1927 as A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way.
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StatePress.com - October 5, 2009Phoenix, ARIZONA — More than 500 eager children and parents skittered into Christown Spectrum Mall in Phoenix Saturday morning to eat freeze-dried ice cream, do a meteorite dig and view The World at Night, an international cosmic-themed photography exhibit.
Scientific American - October 5, 2009Trieste, ITALY — Thanks to the much-heralded International Year of Astronomy, this much we know: Galileo used a telescope to observe the moon in 1609.
Physorg.com - October 5, 2009Antofagasta, CHILE — The GalileoMobile is a Special Project of the International Year of Astronomy 2009 (IYA2009), which is a global celebration commemorating the first use of a telescope to view the Universe by the Italian astronomer Galileo four hundred years ago.
VOA News - October 5, 2009Washington, DC — One of the world's most popular museums has gotten an upgrade. Washington's National Air and Space Museum has added an observatory where visitors can get a first-hand look at the Sun, the moon, and the planets.
BBC News - October 5, 2009North Lanarkshire, SCOTLAND — A 19th Century telescope which was once at the forefront of space exploration is set for a new lease of life at its home in North Lanarkshire.
This is Local London - October 4, 2009London, ENGLAND — Stargazers will be able to get a glimpse of space during a fortnight of events at a library.
The Daily Eastern News - October 2, 2009Charleston, ILLINOIS — The stars have aligned. Since this year is the 400th anniversary of Galileo and the 40th anniversary of man first landing on the moon, two years ago the United Nations declared 2009 the International Year of Astronomy.
Sky & Telescope - October 1, 2009USA — The International Year of Astronomy is still in full swing, though many of the celebration's signature events have already come and gone.
Interactions.org - October 1, 2009Geneva, SWITZERLAND — Four hundred years ago, Galileo was the first one to look at the sky with a telescope.
The Liberal - October 1, 2009Richmond Hill ON, CANADA — A commemorative stamp featuring the David Dunlap Observatory is now available through Canada Post.
Turk.net - October 1, 2009Canakkale, TURKEY — Students and representatives of nongovernmental organizations from several European countries got training about astronomy under the scope of "Space Studio" project in northwestern province of Canakkale.
Voxy - October 1, 2009Auckland, NEW ZEALAND — Five secondary school students have won a four day adventure on board the Navy ship HMNZS Manawanui sailing from Auckland to Gisborne, setting sail on 6 October.
GeekZone - October 1, 2009Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND — The Institution of Professional Engineers (IPENZ) is marking the International Year of Astronomy with a series of public lectures presented by world renowned rocket engineer and space historian Douglas Mudgway.
WTOP.com - September 30, 2009Washington, DC — The National Air and Space Museum is opening its first public observatory for its big crowds on the National Mall to view the sun, moon and planets.
This is Bristol - September 30, 2009Kingswood, UK — More than 500 teenagers had the chance to use some of the most advanced telescopes in the world at an event in Bristol.
Keremeos Review - September 29, 2009Penticton BC, CANADA — The Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory celebrated the International Year of Astronomy at its thirteenth annual open house on Saturday.
Sky & Telescope - September 29, 2009Stockholm, SWEDEN — Two of astro-imaging’s luminaries have been declared co-recipients of the world’s most prestigious award for scientific photography.
Sherwood Park News - September 29, 2009Edmonton AB, CANADA — Bruce McCurdy, light pollution abatement chair of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada’s Edmonton centre, has presented Strathcona County with a Galileo telescope in appreciation of its support for astronomy.
Joburg.org - September 28, 2009Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA — The United Nations made 2009 the International Year of Astronomy, and Joburgers have been urged to take the opportunity to visit the planetarium or the Johannesburg Observatory.
The Independent Florida Alligator - September 28, 2009Gainesville, FLORIDA — Dozens of starstruck children watched UF astronomy professor Steve Eikenberry use a banana, which was frozen by liquid nitrogen at minus 400 degrees Fahrenheit, to hammer a nail into a block of wood.
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