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Astronomer

An astronomer is a scientist who studies celestial bodies such as planets, stars and galaxies.

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Meanings Of Minor Planet Names: 200,001–210,000 - Contents
... leader † 201777 Deronda 2003 WE98 Deronda Mayes, assistant astronomer at Table Mountain Observatory † 202,001–203,000 202373 Ubuntu 2005 EW302 Ubuntu, a philosophy focusing on people's ... city in north-east Lithuania † 202736 Julietclare 2007 KB2 Juliet Clare Datson, astronomer, former student of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy ... KU131 William Henry Wehlau, an American-born Canadian astronomer ...
Struve Family - Family Traditions
1786–1822) Gustav (1788–1829) Friedrich Georg Wilhelm (1793–1864) Astronomer Ludwig (1795–1828) Anatomist Johann Christoph Gustav (1763–1828) Diplomat Otto Wilhelm (1819–1905) Astronomer Genrikh (182 ...
Modern Astronomers
... Contrary to the classical image of an old astronomer peering through a telescope through the dark hours of the night, it is very rare for a modern professional astronomer to use an eyepiece ... Modern astronomers spend relatively little time at telescopes - most spend a few weeks per year observing, and the rest of their time reducing the data ... Many astronomers work entirely from astronomical survey or space observatory data ...
Leopold Prowe - Work
... local archives of Copernicus' birthplace, as well as those of other towns in Prussia where the astronomer had worked and lived, especially Frauenburg ... to Italian cities, and to Upsala in Sweden, where documents and books owned by the German astronomer and scientist Copernicus had been abducted to in later wars ... Prowe's two-volume biography of the astronomer, published in 1883 and 1884, consists of two volumes, the first (about 970 pages split in two books, before and after the year ...
Christopher Heydon - Astronomer
... interests and was a close friend of the mathematician Henry Briggs and the astronomer John Bainbridge, lending them instruments, sending them astronomical papers, and inviting them to stay at Baconsthorpe ...