1990s

Paul Marmet 1991

Paul Marmet in 1991.

Photo by Frédéric Marmet.

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Newbrook Observatory #2

Meanook or Newbrook Observatory residence in the 1980s or 90s.

Further Reading: The Meanook-Newbrook Meteor Observatories, JRASC, Vol.53, p.15 (February 1959).

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Newbrook Observatory #1

Meanook or Newbrook Observatory in the 1980s or 90s.

Further Reading: The Meanook-Newbrook Meteor Observatories, JRASC, Vol.53, p.15 (February 1959).

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Murray Cunningham

(1923-98) A medical doctor, life member of the Society and an Honorary President of the Halifax Centre.

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Dobson and Kemble

The photograph shows Lucien Kemble on the right with John Dobson, the famed San Francisco Sidewalk Astronomer, also once a Franciscan priest. They are standing in front of Edmonton Centre's 44 cm "Dobsonian" telescope at the Centre's Astronomy Workshop in October, 1990.

—Peter Broughton (?)

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Leo Enright #3

Leo with his C14 in Oso Observatory. Photo by Peter Broughton.

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Leo Enright #1

Leo Enright and Oso Observatory at Sharbot Lake, Ontario. Photo by Peter Broughton.

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Richard Tanner

RASC Gold Medal winner (1948) and Dominion Observatory astronomer.

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Robert Jedicke

Robert is a Canadian astronomy researcher working at the Institute for Astronomy of the University of Hawaii. Jedicke's expertise is analysing observations and theoretical dynamics of the population of asteroids in the solar system, particularly mini-moons near Earth's orbit. Recently, his search for mini-moons took him to the control room of the Subaru telescope on the summit of Mauna Kea, where he had an observing run with an 8-metre telescope.

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Peter Broughton LU

Peter Broughton in the Society's library at 136 Dupont Street circa 1994.

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