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Ackerman, Ethel Serviss

Ackerman, Ethel Serviss (Mrs. David D. Ackerman). In Woman's who's who of America. A biographical dictionary of contemporary women of the United States and Canada. 1914-1915. John William Leonard, editor-in-chief. New York, American Commonwealth Co. [1914] p. 35.
E663.W87

Adam, Madge Gertrude

Adam, Madge Gertrude. In Who's who, an annual biographical directory. 150th; 1998. London, A & C Black. p. 7.
DA28.W6, 1998

Ahnert-Rohlfs, Eva

Hoffmeister, Cuno. Eva Ahnert-Rohlfs. Die Sterne, 30. Jahrg., Heft 5/6, 1954: 103-105. port.
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"Verzeichnis der Arbeiten von Dr. Eva Ahnert-Rohlfs": p. 104-105.

Aksent'eva, Zinaida Nikolaevna

Aksent'eva, Zinaida Nikolaevna. In Kolchiniskii, Il'ia G., Alla A. Korsun', and Modest G. Rodriges. Astronomy; biograficheskii spravochnik. Izd. 2, dopol. i perer. Kiev, Naukova dumka, 1986. p. 13. port.
QB35.K58 1986

Aksent'ieva, Zinaïda Mikolaïvna. In Istoriia Akademii nauk Ukraïns'koï RSR. kn. 2. Kyïv, Akademiia nauk Ukraïns'koï RSR, 1967. p. 481-482. port.
AS262.A74I8, v. 2

Ames, Adelaide

The Death of Miss Ames. In Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Publications, v. 44, Aug. 1932: 276.
QB1.A4, v. 44

Researcher astronomer [Adelaide Ames] lost by drowning. Popular astronomy, v. 40, Aug./Sept. 1932: 448-449.
QB1.P8, v. 40
Taken chiefly from a report published in the June 27 Boston Transcript, "amended in some details by Dr. Shapley."

Welther, Barbara L. Adelaide Ames and the Shapley-Ames catalogue. In American Astronomical Society. Bulletin, v. 22, no. 2, 1990: 841.
QB1.A255, v. 22
Abstract of a paper presented at the Society's 176th meeting, June 10-14, 1990, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Ames, Susan

Ames, Susan. In Who's who in European research and development. 1995. London, [New Providence, N.J.] Bowker-Saur, 1995. p. 12.
Q141.W56 1995

Andrillat, Yvette Marie Josette

Andrillat, Yvette (Mme), née Ribelaygue (1925). In France. Délégations générale à la recherche scientifique et technique. Répertoire des scientifiques français. t. 5. Physique. [Paris, La Documentation française] 1967. p 8.
Q145.F7, v. 5

Andrillat, Yvette Marie Josette. In The International who's who of women. London, Europa Publications, 1992. p. 15.

Andrillat (Yvette, Marie, Josette). In Who's who in France. Qui est qui en France. 29. éd.; 1997-1998. Levallois-Perret, Éditions J. Lafitte, 1997. p. 113.
DC705.A1W46, 1997-98
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Babbitt, Mary Edith Tarbox

Babbitt, Mary Edith Tarbox (Mrs. Le Roy Nathan Babbitt). In Woman's who's who of America. A biographical dictionary of contemporary women of the United States and Canada. 1914-1915. John William Leonard, editor-in-chief. New York, American Commonwealth Co. [1914] p. 62.
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Baglin, Annie

Baglin, Annie (Mlle) (1938). In France. Délégations générale à la recherche scientifique et technique. Répertoire des scientifiques français. t. 5. Physique. [Paris, La Documentation française] 1967. p 15.
Q145.F7, v. 5

Bahcall, Neta Assaf

Bahcall, Neta A. In Who's who in technology. 7th ed. Kimberly A. McGrath, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 52.
T39.W5 1995

Neta A. Bahcall. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 73, Dec. 1994: 4-5.
Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the office of AAS vice president.

Baliunas, Sallie L.

Corliss, Julie. Sallie Baliunas: journeying to a star. Odyssey, v. 3, Mar. 1994: 20-23. ports. (part col.)

Flamsteed, Sam. Star Spots. Discover, v. 12, Dec. 1991: 28-33. col. illus., col. port.
Q1.D57, v. 12
"In the middle of a career spent reaching for the stars, Sallie Baliunas has caught one near and dear to us all: the sun."

Lightman, Alan. Sallie Baliunas. In his Time for the stars: astronomy in the 1990s. New York, Viking, 1992. p. 39-40. port.
QB15.L54

[Sallie L. Baliunas awarded the Pierce Prize] Physics today, v. 41, Nov. 1988: 102. port.
QC1.P658. v. 41
The portrait appears on p. 99.

Baraffé, Isabelle

Isabelle Baraffé: modéliser les naines brunes. Propos recueillis par Céline Ruissel. In Chercher: jours après jours, les aventuriers du savoir. Dirigé par Jean-François Sabouret et Paul Caro. 1. Premiers pas dans les labos. Paris, Éditions Autrement, 2000. (Essais) p. 85-93.
Q180.F7C52 2000
"Isabelle Baraffé a trente-six ans. Spécialiste des modèles numériques d'évolution stellaire, elle est chargée de recherche au Centre de recherche astronomique de Lyon. Elle étudie les naines brunes. On soupçonnait l'existence de ces étoiles qui ne brillent pas depuis des dizaines d'années. À l'automne 1995, les premières naines brunes ont été repérées. Depuis, les observations confirment les modèles théoriques qu'elle a élaborés avec son équipe."

Barbier, Madeleine Brossat

Barbier, Madeleine (Mme), née Brossat (1926). In France. Délégations générale à la recherche scientifique et technique. Répertoire des scientifiques français. t. 5. Physique. [Paris, La Documentation française] 1967. p 16.
Q145.F7, v. 5

Bardwell, Elizabeth Miller

Miss Elizabeth M. Bardwell. Science, new ser., v. 9, June 9, 1899: 821-822.
Q1.S35, n.s., v. 9
Brief announcement of her death on May 28.

Barger, Amy J.

AAUW confers Cannon Prize on Barger. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 105, June 2001: 10. port.

Barkhatova, Klavdiia Aleksandrovna

Barkhatova, Klavdiia Aleksandrovna. In Kolchinskii , Il'ia G., Alla A. Korsun', and Modest G. Rodriges. Astronomy; biograficheskii spravochnik. Izd. 2, dop. i perer. Kiev, Naukova dumka, 1986. p. 30-31. port.
QB35.K58 1986

Barnbaum, Cecilia Syfert

Barnbaum, Cecilia Syfert. In Who's who in science and engineering. 3d ed. 1996-1997. New Providence, NJ, Marquis Who's Who, 1996. p. 57.
Q141.W576 1996/97

Barney, Ida

Hall, John S. Ida Barney remembered. Sky and telescope, v. 69, June 1982: 563.
QB1S536, v. 69
Letter to the editor.

Ida Barney. In Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Publications, v. 65, Apr. 1953: 99.
QB1.A4, v. 65
Notes her receipt of the Annie J. Cannon Prize for her "distinguished contribution to astronomy."

Ida Barney. Smith alumnae quarterly, v. 73, summer 1982: 68.
LH1.S5S6, v. 73

Milite, George A. Ida Barney, 1886-1982. American astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 27.
Q141.N763 1999
References (2): p. 27.

Slight-Gibney, Nancy. Ida Barney (1886-1982), astronomer. In Notable women in the physical sciences, a biographical dictionary. Edited by Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1997. p. 1-4. port.
Q141.N734 1997
Notes (2): p. 3.
Bibliography: p. 3-4.

Barnothy, Madeleine Forro

Fenyves, Ervin J., and Antal J. Somogyi. Madeleine Barnothy Forro, 1904-1993. In American Astronomical Society. Bulletin, v. 27, no. 4, 1995: 1475.
QB1.A255, v. 27

Barsony, Mary A.

Barsony, Mary. In Who's who in science and engineering. 3d ed. 1996-1997. New Providence, NJ, Marquis Who's Who, 1996. p. 59.
Q141.W576 1996/97

Baum, Stefi Alison

Stefi Baum receives the 1993 Annie Jump Cannon Award. Space Telescope Science Institute newsletter, v. 10, Sept. 1993: 41.

Tenure for Stefi Baum. Space Telescope Science Institute newsletter, v. 14, Oct. 1997: 21. port.

Beach, Alice Stroughton

Lundmark, Knut. Dödsfall. In Cassiopeia; Astronomiska Sällskapet Tycho Brahes årsbok. 16. årg.; 1955. Lund, 1956. p. 94.
QB1.A7993, 1955
About Alice Stroughton Beach.

Obituary. Miss Alice Beach. In Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Publications, v. 68, Apr. 1956: 177.
QB1.A4, v. 68

Bechtold, Jill

Hesser, James E., and Andrew Fraknoi. The 1988 A.S.P. awards: the Trumpler Prize to Jill Bechtold. Mercury, v. 17, Nov./Dec. 1988: 187-188. port.
QB1.M43, v. 17

Beck, Sara C.

Beck, Sara C. Mid-infrared lines as astrophysical diagnostics: two decades of problems and promise. In Amazing light. A volume dedicated to Charles Hard Townes on his 80th birthday. Raymond Y. Chiao, editor. [New York] Springer [1996] p. [21]-26.
QC685.A43 1996
References (5): p. 26.

Bel, Nicole J.

Schatzman, Evry. Nicole Bel. Journal des astronomes français, no 49, nov. 1995: 3-4.

Bell Burnell, Susan Jocelyn

Bell, Susan Jocelyn (1943- ), Irish astronomer. In The Grolier library of international biographies. v. 8. Scientists. Danbury, Conn., Grolier Educational Corp. [1996] p. 16-18.
CT120.G76 1996, v. 8

Bell Burnell, S. Jocelyn. First love. SERC bulletin, v. 5, spring 1994: 7. col. port.
"Jocelyn Bell Burnell reveals her 'first love' - neutron stars."

Bell Burnell, S. Jocelyn. Interview with Jocelyn Bell Burnell, conducted by Robert Lambourne. Physics education, v. 31, May 1996: 183-186. port.
QC30.P46, v. 31

Bell Burnell, S. Jocelyn. Little green men, white dwarfs, or what? Sky and telescope, v. 55, Mar. 1978: 218-221. illus., ports. (part col.)
QB1.S536, v. 55

Bell Burnell, Jocelyn. Current biography, v. 56, May 1995: 18-23. port.
References (7): p. 23.
The portrait also appears on the outside front cover of the issue.

Bell Burnell, S. Jocelyn. In The International who's who. 64th ed. [London] Europa Publications [2000] p. 130.
CT120.I5 2001

Bell Burnell, Susan Jocelyn. In The International who's who of women. London, Europa Publications, 1992. p. 40.

Branca, Barbara A. Jocelyn Susan Bell Burnell, 1943- . Irish astronomer. In Notable twentieth-century scientists. v. 1. A-E. Emily J. McMurray, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 141-143.
Q141.N73 1995, v. 1
References (5): p. 143.

Branca, Barbara A. Jocelyn Susan (Bell) Burnell, 1943- . Irish astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 34-36. port.
Q141.N736 1999
References (5): p. 36.

Burnell awarded Tinsley prize. Physics today, v. 40, Aug. 1987, pt. 1: 67. port.
QC1.P658, v. 40

Discovery of pulsars: her story. In The Women's book of world records and achievements. Edited by Lois Decker O'Neill. Garden City, N.Y., Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979. p. 154.
CT3234.W65
About Jocelyn Bell Burnell.

Eisberg, Joann. Jocelyn Bell Burnell (1943- ), astronomer. In Notable women in the physical sciences, a biographical dictionary. Edited by Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1997. p. 9-14.
Q141.N734 1997
Notes (11): p. 13.
Bibliography: p. 13-14.

Fisher, David E. Pulsars. In his The origin and evolution of our own particular universe. New York, Atheneum, 1988. P. 94-99. illus., port.
QB983.F87 1988
About Jocelyn Bell Burnell.

Garvin, Wilbert, and Des O'Rawe. Jocelyn Bell Burnell. In their Northern Ireland scientists and inventors. [Belfast] Blackstaff Press [1993] p. 46-49. illus., port.
Q141.G375 1993

Hacker, Carlotta. Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Irish astronomer. In her Scientists. [New York] Crabtree Pub. Co. [1998] (Women in profile) p. [6]-11. ports. (part col.)
Q141.H2163 1998

Irwin, Aisling. Star woman. Times Higher education supplement, no. 1116, Mar. 25, 1994: 17. port.
About Jocelyn Bell Burnell.

Jocelyn Bell Burnell. In Scientists: the lives and works of 150 scientists. Peggy Saari and Stephen Allison, editors. v. 1. A-F. [Detroit] U.X.L [1996] p. 69-71, 73-74.
Q141.S3717 1996, v. 1
"Further Reading": p. 74.

Jocelyn Bell Burnell [receives J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Prize] Physics today, v. 31, Apr. 1978: 68-69.
QC1.P658, v. 31

Jones, Glyn. When stardom beckoned. New scientist, v. 135, July 18, 1992: 36-39. ports.
Q1.N52, v. 135
"It was the stuff of every young researcher's dreams. It started off as just an ordinary day in the laboratory and then Jocelyn Bell Burnell happened to discover a pulsar."

McGrayne, Sharon B. Jocelyn Bell Burnell, July 15, 1943-; astronomer and physicist. In her Nobel Prize women in science; their lives, struggles, and momentous discoveries. [New York] Carol Pub. Group [1993] p. 359-379. ports.
Q141.B42 1993
Bibliographic references included in "Notes" (p. 400).

1995 Jansky Lectureship. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 77, Oct. 1995: 19.

A Nobel scandal? Time, v. 105, Apr. 7, 1975: 69. port.
AP2.T37, v. 105

Reed, George. The discovery of pulsars. Was credit given where it was due? Astronomy, v. 11, Dec. 1983: 24, 26, 28. illus., ports.
QB1.A7998, v. 11

Stille, Darlene R. Jocelyn Bell Burnell. In her Extraordinary women scientists. Chicago, Childrens Press, 1995. p. 24-27. port.
Q130.S75 1995

Tayler, Roger J. The address by the president ... on the presentation of the Herschel Medal to Dr S. J. Bell-Burnell on Friday 1989 May 12. In Royal Astronomical Society. Quarterly journal, v. 30, Dec. 1989: 397.
QB1.R732, v. 30

Vare, Ethlie A., and Greg Ptacek. The pulsar: Jocelyn Bell. In their Mothers of invention; from the bra to the bomb, forgotten women & their unforgettable ideas. New York, W. Morrow, 1988. p. 219-220.
T36.V36 1988

Wade, Nicholas. Discovery of pulsars: a graduate student's story. Science, v. 189, Aug. 1, 1975: 358-364. illus., port.
Q1.S35, v. 189

Bellamy, Ethel F.

Flaskett, Harry H. Ethel F. Bellamy. In Royal Astronomical Society. Quarterly journal, v. 2, June 1961: 121-123.
QB1.R732, v. 2

Benson, Priscilla J.

Priscilla J. Benson. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 83, Dec. 1996: 4-5.
Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the office of AAS councilor.

Bettoni, Daniela

Bettoni, Daniela. In Who's who in science and engineering. 3d ed. 1996-1997. New Providence, NJ, Marquis Who's Who, 1996. p. 84.
Q141.W576 1996/97

Bezrukova, Angelina Iakovlevna

Angelina Iakovlevna Bezrukova. In Pulkovo. Glavnaia astronomicheskaia observatoriia. Solnechnye dannye; biulleten', noiabr' 1969 g.: 94.

Angelina Iakovlevna Bezrukova. Solnechnye dannye, noiabr' 1989: 94.

Bigelow, Harriet Williams

Benedict, Suzan. In memoriam: Harriet Williams Bigelow. Smith alumnae quarterly, v. 25, Aug. 1934: 426. port.
LH1.S5S6, v. 25

Bigelow, Harriet Williams. In Woman's who's who of America. A biographical dictionary of contemporary women of the United States and Canada. 1914-1915. John William Leonard, editor-in-chief. New York, American Commonwealth Co. [1914] p. 99.
E663.W87

Death of Dr. Harriet W. Bigelow. In Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Publications, v. 46, Aug. 1934: 242.
QB1.A4, v. 46

Williams, Marjorie. Harriet W. Bigelow. Popular astronomy, v. 42, Oct. 1934: 434-437. port.
QB1.P8, v. 42

Bishop, Jeanne E.

Brennan Award: Jeanne E. Bishop. Mercury, v. 24, Sept./Oct. 1995: 6.

Blagg, Mary Adela

Cook, Jane S. Mary Adelia [sic] Blagg, 1858-1944. British astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 44-45.
Q141.N736 1999
References (5): p. 45.

Ryves, Percy M. Mary Adela Blagg. In Royal Astronomical Society. Monthly notices, v. 105, no. 2, 1945: 65-66.
QB1.R7, v. 105

Williams, Thomas R. M. A. Blagg. In Variable star research, an international perspective. Proceedings of the first European meeting of the American Association of Variable Star Observers: international cooperation and coordination in variable star research. Edited by John R. Percy, Janet Akyuz Mattei, Christiaan Sterken. Cambridge, New York, Cambridge University Press, 1992. p. 27.
QB833.V37 1992
A short sketch in his paper, "Some Little Known Variable Star Astronomers From Around the World."

Bloch, Marie

Bloch, Marie (Mlle) (1902). In France. Délégations générale à la recherche scientifique et technique. Répertoire des scientifiques français. t. 5. Physique. [Paris, La Documentation française] 1967. p 30.
Q145.F7, v. 5

Paturel, Georges. Il y a un an .... Marie Bloch. In Association française des observateurs d'étoiles variables. Bulletin, t. 14, sept. 1980: 37.

Terzan, Agop. Marie Bloch. L'Astronomie, v. 94, mai 1980: 248-249. port.
QB1.S6, v. 94

Bockelée-Morvan, Dominique

Duval, Eric. Danièle [sic] Bockélé [sic] Morvan: astronome des comètes. Sciences & avenir, no 503, janv. 1989: 22. col. port.
Q2.S475, 1989

Böhm-Vitense, Erika

Böhm-Vitense, Erika. In Kürschners Deutscher Gelehrten-Kalender. Bio-bibliographisches Verzeichnis deutschsparachiger Wissenschaftler der Gegenwart. 16. Ausg.; 1992. Teil A-H. Berlin, New York, W. de Gruyter. p. 313.
Z2230.K93, 1992

Herbig, George H. The contributions of the Böhms to stellar and circumstellar astrophysics. In Stellar and circumstellar astrophysics. Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Washington, 9-11 September 1993, in honor of the 70th birthdays of Karl-Heinz Böhm and Erika Böhm-Vitense. Edited by George Wallerstein and Alberto Noriega-Crespo. [San Francisco, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 1994] (Astronomical Society of the Pacific conference series, v. 57) p. 3-11. illus.
QB799.S74 1994
References (16): p. 11.
A photograph of the Böhms at Lick Observatory in 1955 appears on p. vi of the volume.

Boesgaard, Ann Merchant

Boesgaard, Ann M. One woman's journey. Mercury, v. 21, Jan./Feb. 1992: 19-22, 37. illus., ports.
QB1.M43, v. 21

Boesgaard, Ann M. In Who's who in technology. 7th ed. Kimberly A. McGrath, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 109.
T39.W5 1995

Morrison, Nancy D., and Andrew Fraknoi. The 1990 A.S.P. awards. The Muhlmann Prize to Ann Boesgaard. Mercury, v. 19, Nov./Dec. 1990: 182-185. illus., port.
QB1.M43, v. 19

Parker, Barry. Ann Boesgaard. In his Stairway to the stars; the story of the world's largest observatory. Drawings by Lori Scoffield. New York, Plenum Press [1994] p. 278-282. port.
QB82.U62M387 1994

Boeshaar, Patricia Chikotas

Boeshaar, Patricia C. In Who's who in technology. 7th ed. Kimberly A. McGrath, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p.109.
T39.W5 1995

Patricia C. Boeshaar. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 93, Dec. 1998: 6.
Brief biography and statement in connection with her candidacy for the office of AAS councilor.

Boeva, Nina Fedorovna

N. F. Boeva. Astronomicheskii tsirkuliar, no. 179, aprelia 20, 1957: 23-24.
QB1.A466, no. 179

Boggess, Nancy Weber

Boggess, Nancy W. Infrared eyes on the universe: conversation with Nancy Boggess. Space world, v. X-2-278, Feb. 1987: 12-16. illus., port.
TL787.S72, 1987
The interview was conducted by Tony Reichhardt and John Rhea.

Mather, John C., and John Boslough. [Nancy Weber Boggess] In their The very first light. The true inside story of the scientific journey back to the dawn of the universe. [New York] Basic Books [1996] p. 90-92, 316.
QB991.C64M38 1996
See the index to the volume for references to Dr. Boggess's work at NASA.

Bok, Priscilla Fairfield

Campbell, William W. Dr. Priscilla Fairfield. In Astronomical Society of the Pacific. Publications, v. 34, June 1922: 173.
QB1.A4, v. 34
Brief note on her forthcoming summer tour as an assistant at the Lick Observatory.

Cocks, Elijah E., and Josiah C. Cocks. Bok (Priscilla Fairfield Bok). In their Who's who on the moon; a biographical dictionary of lunar nomenclature. Greensboro [N.C.] Tudor Publishers [1995] p. 48.
QB600.5.C63 1995

Priscilla Bok. Sky and telescope, v. 51, Jan. 1976: 25.
QB1.S536, v. 51

Priscilla Fairfield Bok. Smith alumnae quarterly, v. 67, Apr. 1976: 62.
LH1.S5S6, V. 67

Boyce, Emily M. Hughes

Gelfman, Mary. Emily Hughs Boyce, 1906-1992. In American Astronomical Society. Bulletin, v. 25, no. 4, 1993: 1495.

Bracher, Katherine

Katherine Bracher. In The American Astronomical Society's first century. Editor, David H. DeVorkin. [Washington, D.C.] Published for the American Astronomical Society through the American Institute of Physics [1999] p. 335.

Brahe, Sophie

Alic, Margaret. Sophie Brahe, 1556-1643. Danish astronomer. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 55-56.
Q141.N736 1999
References (3): p. 56.

Christianson, J. R. Brahe, Sophie. In his On Tycho's island; Tycho Brahe and his assistants, 1570-1601. [Cambridge, New York] Cambridge University Press [2000] p. 258-264. port. References (17): p. 264.
QB36.B8C54 2000

Hens, Henrik A., and R. Paulli. Brahe, Sophia. In Dansk biografisk leksikon. 3. udg. Redaktor Sv. Cedergreen Bech. 2. bind. Bering-Brüel. København, Gyldendal, 1979. p. 427-428.
CT1263.D33 1979, v. 2

Mortensen, Herald. Sophie Brahe. Urania (København), 13. aarg., feb. 1956: 14-16.
QB1.U67, v. 13

Rørdam, Holger F. Brahe, Sophie. In Bricka, Carl F. Dansk biografisk lexikon, tillige omfattende Norge for tidsrummet 1537-1814. 2. bind. Beccau-Brandis. Kjøbenhavn, Gyldendalske Boghandels Forlag, 1888. p. 601-02.
CT1263.B7, v. 2

Briede, Aleksandra

Daube, Ilga. Aleksandras Briedes pieminai. Zvaigznota debess, 1996. gada pavasaris: 29-30. col. illus., port.
QB460.Z9, 1996
The color illustration shows Briede's tombstone, which is decorated with the pattern of stars in the Little Dipper.

Brown, Elizabeth

Boase, Frederic. Brown, Elizabeth. In his Modern English biography, containing many thousand concise memoirs of persons who have died during the years 1851-1900, with an index of the most interesting matter. v. 4. Supplement, v. 1. A-C. Truro, Netherton and Worth, 1908. column 510.
CT773.B612, v. 4

Creese, Mary R. S. Elizabeth Brown (1830-1899), solar astronomer. In British Astronomical Association, London. Journal, v. 108, Aug. 1998: 193-197. facsims., port.
References (31): p. 196-197.

In memoriam. Elizabeth Brown. In British Astronomical Association, London. Journal, v. 9, Mar. 1899: 214-215. port.
QB1.B75, v. 9

Klumpke, Dorothea. [Elisabeth Brown] In Société astronomique de France. Bulletin, 13. année, juin 1899: 249-250.
QB1.S6, v. 13

Mauder, Annie S. D. R. Obituary – Miss E. Brown. Observatory, v. 22, Apr. 1899 : 171-172.
QB1.02, v. 22
Reprinted with a note in the Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, v. 11, June 1899, p. 131-132 (QB1.A4, v. 11).

Miss E. Brown. In Royal Meteorological Society. Journal, v. 26, July 1900: 214-215.
QC851.R8, v. 26

Miss Elizabeth Brown. Illustrated London news, v. 114, Mar. 25, 1899: 413. port.
AP4.I3, v. 114

Miss Elizabeth Brown. Times (London), Mar. 16, 1899: 10.
N&CPR

Weitzenhoffer, Kenneth. A forgotten astronomer. Astronomy, v. 20, Oct. 1992 : 13-14.
QB1.A7998, v. 20

Bryja, Claia

A Discovery of galactic proportion. Minnesota, v. 92, Sept./Oct. 1992: 10. col. port.
About Claia Bryja and her search for brown dwarf stars.

Morrison, Deane. Star quality. Update, University of Minnesota, v. 19, May 1992: 5-6. illus.
About Claia Bryja, a graduate student in astronomy, and her work, in association with Roberta Humphreys and Terry Jones, on brown dwarfs.

Bues, Irmela D.

Bues, Irmela. In Kürschners Deutscher Gelenhrten-Kalender 1996. Bio-bibliographisches Verzeichnis deutschsprachiger Wissenschaftler der Gegenwart. 17. Ausg. Medizin. Naturwissenschaften. Technik. Berlin, New York, W. de Gruyter, 1996. p. 173.
Z6661.G3K87, 1996

Bugoslavskaia, Evgeniia Iakovlevna

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Hogg-Priestley, Helen Battles Sawyer

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Hu, Esther M.

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Hunter, Deidre Ann

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Lenoble, Jacqueline

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Marvin, Ursula Bailey

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Howe, Mark Antony DeWolfe. Maria Mitchell: skysweeper. In his Who lived here? A baker's dozen of historic New England houses and their occupants. Photos. by Samuel Chamberlain. Boston, Little, Brown, 1952. p. 121-129. plates.
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Kohlstedt, Sally G. Maria Mitchell and the advancement of women in science. In Uneasy careers and intimate lives; women in science, 1789-1979. Edited by Pnina G. Abir-Am and Dorinda Outram. New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press [1987] (The Douglass series on women's lives and the meaning of gender) p. [129]-146. ports.
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McPherson, Stephanie S. Rooftop astronomer; a story about Maria Mitchell. Illus. by Hetty Mitchell. Minneapolis, Carolrhoda Books, 1990. 64 p. illus., ports.
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Muir, Charles S. Maria Mitchell: discovered new comet from her roof. In his Women, the makers of history. New York, Vantage Press, 1956. p. 174-175.
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Larsen, Kristine. Rubin, Vera Cooper (b. 1928). In Jewish women in America, an historical encyclopedia. Edited by Paula E. Hyman and Deborah Dash Moore. Sponsored by the American Jewish Historical Society. v. 2. M-Z. New York, Routledge, 1997. p. 1187-1188.
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Lightman, Alan, and Roberta Brawer. Vera Rubin. In their Origins: the lives and worlds of modern cosmologists. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1990. p. 285-305. port.
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Spite, Monique

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Stroeva, Iuliia Aleksandrovna

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Subbotina, Nina Mikha lovna

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Suzuki, Hiroko

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Henrietta H. Swope. Physics today, v. 34, Mar. 1981: 88.
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Henrietta H. Swope. Radcliffe quarterly, v. 67, Mar. 1981: 38-39.
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Sytinskaia, Nadezhda Nikolaevna

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Tarter, Jill Cornell

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Tarter named Project Scientist for SETI. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 45, June 1989: 13.

Taylor, Janet

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Terent'eva, Lidiia Ivanovna

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Thomas, Helen Meriwether Lewis

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Thome, Lois M. Keener

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Thorburn, Julie A.

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Tichá, Jana

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Tichá, director of the Klet Observatory, received one of the 2001 Shoemaker NEO Grants. The money will help complete a new 1-meter telescope that will allow her team to make more precise observations of near-earth objects.

Tinsley, Beatrice Muriel Hill

APS publishes memoir of astrophysicist Beatrice Tinsley. Physics today, v. 39, Nov. 1986: 113.
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Bailey, Martha J. Tinsley, Beatrice Muriel (Hill). In her American women in science, 1950 to the present; a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO [1998] p. 387-388.
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Catley, Christine C. Beatrice Tinsley, 1941-1981. In The Book of New Zealand women. Ko kui ma te kaupapa. Edited by Charlotte Macdonald, Merimeri Penfold and Bridget Williams. [Wellington, N.Z.] B. Williams Books [1991] p. 680-683. port.
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Eisberg, Joann. Beatrice Muriel Hill Tinsley. (1941-1981), astronomer. In Notable women in the physical sciences, a biographical dictionary. Edited by Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1997. p. 396-400.
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Faber, Sandra. Beatrice Tinsley. Physics today, v. 34, Sept. 1981: 110, 112. port.
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Faber, Sandra. Tinsley Medal. Sky & telescope, v. 66, July 1983: 5. port.
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Guarnieri, Maria D., and Maria G. Pancaldi Stagni. Beatrice Muriel Hill Tinsley: una vita per la scienza. Orione, v. 11, mar./apr. 1991: 28-33. col. illus., port.

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Hill, Edward. My daughter Beatrice; a personal memoir of Dr. Beatrice Tinsley, astronomer. New York, American Physical Society, 1986. xix, 118 p. facsim., ports.
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Hyde, Vicki. Beatrice Tinsley, galactic evolutionist. In her Godzone skies: astronomy for New Zealanders. Christchurch, Canterbury University Press, 1992. p. 66. port.
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Knapp, Gillian R. Beatrice Muriel Hill Tinsley (1941-1981). In Women in chemistry and physics; a biobibliographic sourcebook. Edited by Louise S. Grinstein, Rose K. Rose, and Miriam H. Rafailovich. Foreword by Lilli S. Hornig. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1993. p. 553-561.
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Larson, Richard B., and Linda L. Stryker. Beatrice Muriel Hill Tinsley. In Royal Astronomical Society. Quarterly journal, v. 23, Mar. 1982: 162-165.
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Trimble, Virginia L. Extracts from My Daughter Beatrice. Journal of college science teaching, v. 17, Nov. 1987: 112-115, 171. port.
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Torres-Peimbert, Silvia

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Silvia Torres-Peimbert. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 38, Dec. 1987: 5.
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Trimble, Virginia Louise

About the author. In Trimble, Virginia. Visit to a small universe. New York, American Institute of Physics, 1992. (Masters of modern physics) p. 335-336.
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Biographical sketches. Chapter 5: The origin and evolution of the chemical elements. Virginia L. Trimble. In The Origin and evolution of the universe. Edited by Ben Zuckerman, Matthew A. Malkan. Sudbury, Mass., Jones and Bartlett [1996] p. xiv. port.
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Physics teachers honor Trimble. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 105, June 2001: 10.

Virginia L. Trimble. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 83, Dec. 1996: 4.
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Tseraskaia, Lidiia Petrovna

Blazhko, Serge N. Pamiati L. P. Tserasko . Astronomicheski zhurnal, t. 9, vyp. 1/2, 1932: 1-6.
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Nicolaidis, Efthymios. Lidiya Petrovna Tseraskaya (1855-1931). In his La developpement de l'astronomie en U.R.S.S., 1917-1935. [Paris? 1984?] p. 183.

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Turner, Jean

Jean Turner. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 73, Dec. 1994: 8.
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Turtle, Betty Louise Webster

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Underhill, Anne Barbara

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Updergraff, Alice Maxwell Lamb

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Urry, Claudia Megan

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Meg Urry leaves STScI. Space Telescope Science Institute newsletter, v. 18, summer 2001: 1. port.

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Tenure for Meg Urry. Space Telescope Science Institute newsletter, v. 13, July 1996: 19. port.

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Vaile, Roberta A.

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"...a talented university lecturer, an astrophysicist, a committed Christian, and a member of the Project Phoenix team looking for evidence of extraterrestrial civilisation using the world's fastest single-task computer and the Southern Hemisphere's largest radiotelescope, the 64-metre dish at Parkes in NSW."

Van Gorkom, Jacqueline H.

Jacqueline H. Van Gorkom. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 38, Dec. 1987: 5.
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van 't Veer, Claude Menneret

Van 't Veer, Claude (Mme), née Menneret (1929). In France. Délégations générale à la recherche scientifique et technique. Répertoire des scientifiques français. t. 5. Physique. [Paris, La Documentation française] 1967. p 254.
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de Vaucouleurs, Antoinette Pietra

Antoinette de Vaucouleurs. In Conference "Le monde des galaxies," Paris, 1988. The world of galaxies. Proceedings of the Conference "Le monde des galaxies," held 12-14 April 1988 at the Institute d'astrophysique de Paris in honor of Gérard and Antoinette de Vaucouleurs on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Harold G. Corwin, Jr., Lucette Bottinelli, editors. New York, Springer-Verlag, 1989. p. ix-x.
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A portrait of Gérard and Antoinette de Vaucouleurs is reproduced as the book's frontispiece.

Baize, Paul. Antoinette de Vaucouleurs (1921-1987). L'Astronomie, v. 101, nov. 1987: 566.
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Bottinelli, Lucette, Lucienne Gouguenheim, Jean Heidmann, and Georges Paturel. Antoinette de Vaucouleurs est morte, le 29 août. Journal des astronomes français, no 31, déc. 1987: 2. port.
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"Un ricordo del grande Gérard, a un anno dalla scomparsa, e della moglie Antoinette, inseperabile compagna di tante avventure scientifiche."

Prix Janssen: Gérard et Antoinette de Vaucouleurs. L'Astronomie, v. 102, oct. 1988, suppl.: 14. port.
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Vinter Hansen, Julie Marie

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Edelberg, M. Julie Marie Vinter Hansen. Nordisk astronomisk tidsskrift, no. 3, 1960: 81-82. port.
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Julie Vinter Hansen. Sky and telescope, v. 20, Dec. 1960: 328.
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Schalén, Carl. Julie Vinter-Hansen. Populär astronomisk tidskrift, årg. 41, häfte 3/4, 1960: 171-172.
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Vlaicu, Stefania

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Venn, Kimberley A.

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Features Kim Venn, assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Macalaster College.

NSF CAREER winners. Two AAS members win Presidential Awards. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 103, Dec. 2000: 15.
Among the winners in both categories is Kimberley A. Venn.

Vodop'ianova, Tat'iana Veniaminovna

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Includes a list of Voroshilova-Romanskaia's published writings (p. 334-335).

Kostina, Lidiia D. Sof'ia Vasil'evna Voroshilova-Romanskaia. Zemlia i vselennaia, iiul'/avg. 1972: 50-51. ports.
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Nicolaïdis, Efthymios. Sof'ya Vasil'evna Voroshilova-Romanskaya (1886-1969). In his Le developpment de l'astronomie en U.R.S.S., 1917-1935. [Paris? 1984?] p. 185.

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The portrait appears on a plate preceding p. 3.
QB4.P982, 1971

Voroshilova-Romanskaia, Sof'ia Vasil'evna. In Kolchiniski , Il'ia G., Alla A. Korsun', and Modest G. Rodriges. Astronomy; biograficheski spravochnik. Izd. 2, dop. i perer. Kiev, Naukova dumka, 1986. p. 68. port.
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Vyssotsky, Emma T. R.

Emma Williams Vyssotsky. Radcliffe quarterly, v. 61, Dec. 1975: 37.
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Roberts, Rebecca L. Emma T. R. Williams Vyssotsky (1894-1975), astronomer. In Notable women in the physical sciences, a biographical dictionary. Edited by Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 1997. p. 405-409. port.
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Walker, A.

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Wang Chen-i

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Ward, Mary King

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