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Bruce Medalists Bruce Medalists
Description: Brief biographies, photos, and extensive bibliographies of prize-winning astronomers of the 19th and 20th centuries. Includes links to their publications.

Record Last Updated: 24-Sep-2002 | Clicks: 2850

 

Great Astronomers in History Great Astronomers in History
Description: Yahoo! directory listing of various astronomers throughout history.

Record Last Updated: 29-Jan-2001 | Clicks: 3506

 

Hall of Astronomers Hall of Astronomers
Description: An astronomer is someone who studies astronomy. This is a listing of important astronomers, astrophysicists, mathematicians, and other scientists who have contributed greatly to our knowledge of the universe.
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Record Last Updated: 29-Jan-2001 | Clicks: 3748

 

History of High-Energy Astrophysics History of High-Energy Astrophysics
Description: Lists many important dates in the history of high-energy astrophysics and astronomy, with particular emphasis on those related to space-based observatories with X-ray and gamma-ray instruments on board designed to observe cosmic (i.e., non-solar) sources.

Record Last Updated: 01-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 3962

 

Mythical Ireland: Stone Age Astronomy in Ireland Mythical Ireland: Stone Age Astronomy in Ireland
Description: Description of ancient astronomy in Ireland including the Henge solstice alignment, ancient stellar symbols, and lunar calculations.
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Record Last Updated: 26-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 3281

 

NASA History Office NASA History Office
Description: The NASA History Program was first established in 1959 (a year after NASA itself was formed) and has continued to document and preserve the agency’s remarkable history through a variety of products.
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Record Last Updated: 31-Jul-2000 | Clicks: 3327

 

University of Michigan Detroit Observatory University of Michigan Detroit Observatory
Description: Tour an 1854 Observatory that determined time for the railroads, see antique telescopes, learn about 19th century science and people--quizzes and teacher page too!
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Record Last Updated: 28-Sep-2001 | Clicks: 3238

 

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