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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.
   

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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

Bronshten, Vitali A., and Mikhail M. Dagaev. Evgeniia Iakovlevna Bugoslavskaia. In Vsesoiuznoe astronomo-geodezicheskoe obshchestvo. Biulleten', no. 29 (36), 1961: 57-59. port.
   QB1.V752, no. 29 (36)

Bugoslavskaia, Evgeniia Iakovlevna. 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. 58-59. port.
   QB35.K58 1986

Evgeniia Iakovlevna Bugoslavskaia (1899-1960). In Astronomicheskii kalendar'. Peremennaia ch. vyp. 64; 1961. Moskva, Gos. izd-vo fiziko - matematicheskoi literatury, 1960. p. 317-318. port.
   QB9.A75, 1961

Bugoslavskaia, Nataliia Iakovlevna

Popov, Pavel I., and Rostislav V. Kunitskii. N. IA. Bugoslavskaia. In Vsesoiuznoe astronomo-geodezicheskoe obshchestvo. Biulleten', nomo-geodezicheskoe obshchestvo. Biulleten', no. 23 (30), 1958: 66-67.
   QB1.V752, no. 23 (30)

Burbidge, Eleanor Margaret Peachey

Arp, Halton C., and Andrew Fraknoi. The 1982 A.S.P. awards. The Bruce Medal [to Margaret Burbidge] Mercury, v. 11, Sept./Oct. 1982: 154-155. port.
   QB1.M43, v. 11

Bailey, Martha J. Burbidge, (Eleanor) Margaret (Peachey). In her American women in science, 1950 to the present; a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO [1998] p. 37-38. port.
   Q141.B254 1998
   Bibliography: p. 38.

[Bruce Medal awarded to E. Margaret Burbidge] Physics today, v. 35, Nov. 1982: 81. port.
   QC1.P658, v. 35

Burbidge, E. Margaret. Moving to Washington, the Cannon Prize, and other thoughts. 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. 146-147.
   QB1.A258593 1999

Burbidge, E. Margaret. Watcher of the skies. In Annual review of astronomy and astrophysics. v. 32; 1994. Palo Alto, Calif., Annual Reviews. p. 1-36. port.
   References (29): p. 36.
   The portrait faces p. 1.

Burbidge, E. Margaret. In Who's who in science and engineering. 3d ed. 1996-1997. New Providence, NJ, Marquis Who's Who, 1996. p. 129.
   Q141.W576 1996/97

Burbidge, (Eleanor) Margaret Peachey. In The International who's who. 64th ed. [London] Europa Publications [2000] p. 232.
   CT120.I5 2001

Burbidge, Eleanor Margaret Peachey. In The International who's who of women. London, Europa Publications, 1992. p. 63.

Burbidge, Geoffrey Ronald (1925- ) and (Eleanor) Margaret (1919- ). In The Routledge critical dictionary of the new cosmology. Edited by Peter Coles. New York, Routledge [1999] p. 139.
   QB980.5.R68 1999

Burbidge, Margaret (1925- ), English astronomer. In The Grolier library of international biographies. v. 8. Scientists. Danbury, Conn., Grolier Educational Corp. [1996] p. 29-30.
   CT120.G76 1996, v. 8

Burbidge resigns from UK astronomy position. Physics today, v. 27, Jan. 1974: 112.
   QC1.P658, v. 27

Burbidge to deliver inaugural lecture. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 54, Mar. 1991: 13.
   Announces the award of the first Antoinette de Vaucouleurs Memorial Lectureship.

E. Margaret Burbidge. 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.
   QB1.A28593 1999

E. Margaret Burbidge, Geoffrey Burbidge. 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. 117-123. illus., port.
   Q141.S3717 1996, v. 1
   "Further Reading": p. 123.

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First woman director of Royal Greenwich Observatory. 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. 153-154.
   CT3234.W65
   About Margaret Burbidge.

Green, Timothy. A great woman astronomer leaves England again. Smithsonian, v. 4, Jan. 1974: 34-41. ports. (part col.)
   AS30.S6, v. 4

[Karl Jansky Lectureship awarded to E. Margaret Burbidge] Physics today, v. 30 , Dec. 1977: 68.
   QC1.P658, v. 30

Margaret Burbidge elected AAS vice-president. Physics today, v. 25, Sept. 1972: 72.
   QC1.P658, v. 25

Margaret Burbidge is president-elect of AAS. Physics today, v. 28, Oct. 1975: 71. port.
   QC1.P658, v. 28

Margaret Burbidge to head Greenwich Observatory. Physics today, v. 24, July 1971: 53.
   QC1.P658, v. 24

Margaret Burbidge to speak in San Diego. In American Astronomical Society. AAS newsletter, 102, Oct. 2000: 6.

New director at Herstmonceux. Sky and telescope, v. 44, July 1972: 17.
   QB1.S536, v. 44

Observing astronomers: an interview with Geoffrey and Margaret Burbidge. Mercury, v. 4, July/Aug. 1975: 11-15, 26. illus.
   QB1.M43, v. 4

Oleck, Joan. E. Margaret Burbidge, 1919- . English-born American astrophysicist. In Notable twentieth-century scientists. v. 1. A-E. Emily J. McMurray, editor. New York, Gale Research [1995] p. 277-279. port.
   Q141.N73 1995, v. 1
   Based on a telephone interview conducted Jan. 20, 1994.

Oleck, Joan. Eleanor Margaret Burbidge, 1919- . English-born American astrophysicist. In Notable women scientists. Pamela Proffitt, editor. Detroit, Gale Group [1999] p. 69-71. port.
   Q141.N736 1999
   References (3): p. 71.

Rubin, Vera C. E. Margaret Burbidge, [AAAS] president-elect. Science, v. 211, Feb. 27, 1981: 915-916. port.
   Q1.S35, v. 211

The Stargazer. Time, v. 99, Mar. 20, 1972: 38. port.
   AP2.T37, v. 99

Warren, Rebecca L. E. Margaret Burbidge (1919- ), astrophysicist. 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. 27-32.
   Q141.N734 1997
   Notes (11): p. 13.
   Bibliography: p. 31-32.

Burland, Miriam Seymour

Broughton, R. Peter. Miriam S. Burland (1902- ). In his Looking up: a history of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Toronto, Dundurn Press, 1994. p. 181. port.

In memoriam: Miriam Burland. In Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Journal, v. 91, June 1997: 144. group port.
   The picture shows Burland receiving the Society's Service Award from Ruth Northcott in 1963 as Ed Kennedy looks on.

In passing ... In Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Journal, v. 90, June 1996: 171.
   Notes the death of Miriam Burland at age 93.

Burwell, Cora Gertrude

Cora Burwell. Mount Holyoke alumnae quarterly, v. 33, Aug. 1949: 80.
   LH1.M915, v. 33
   Summarizes her career and reports on the reception given in her honor upon her retirement after 42 years of service at the Mount Wilson Observatory.

Hoffleit, Dorrit. The "Miss Cannon of the West." Sky and telescope, v. 8, Sept. 1949: 278.
   QB1.S536, v. 8

Busbridge, Ida Winifred

Dr. I. W. Busbridge (1908-1988). In Royal Astronomical Society. Quarterly journal, v. 33, Dec. 1992: 455-459.
   QB1.R732, v. 33
   Obituaries by Madge G. Adam (p. 455-456) and Douglas W. N. Stibbs (p. 456-459).

Byrd, Deborah L.

Wolff, Sidney C., and Andrew Fraknoi. The 1984 A.S.P. award winners. The Klumpke-Roberts Award [to Deborah Byrd] Mercury, v. 13, Nov./Dec. 1984: 188. group port.
   QB1.M43, v. 13

Byrd, Mary Emma

Bailey, Martha J. Byrd, Mary Emma (1849-1934), astronomer. In her American women in science, a biographical dictionary. Santa Barbara, Calif., ABC-CLIO, 1994. p. 46.
   Q141.B25 1994

Byrd, Mary Emma. 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. 152.
   E663.W87

The Death of Mary E. Byrd. Smith alumnae quarterly, v. 26, Nov. 1934: 56.
   LH1.S5S6, v. 26

Hoblit, Louise B. Mary E. Byrd. Popular astronomy, v. 42, Nov. 1934: 496-498.
   QB1.P8, v. 42

Miss Mary E. Byrd's resignation. Popular astronomy, v. 14, Aug./Sept. 1906: 447-448.
   QB1.P8, v. 14

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