AAS Meeting #194 - Chicago, Illinois, May/June 1999
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Session 1. HAD I: Exhibiting the History of Astronomy

Historical, Oral, Sunday, May 30, 1999, 1:00-5:30pm, Adler Planetarium

1.01 Presenting Cosmology (and its history) to the Public
C.B. Stephenson (Adler Planetarium \& Astronomy Museum)
1.02 Astronomy and Art Merged: Targeting Other Audiences
A. F. Friedman (Adler Planetarium)
1.03 The Printed Legacy: Using Books to Present the History of Astronomy
R Brashear (Smithsonian Libraries)
1.04 Amateur Astronomy at Planetaria and Public Observatories in the United States in the 1930s
T. R. Williams (Rice University)
1.05 From Heaven to Earth and Back, 1700 to the Present
M. P. Bolt (Adler Planetarium)
1.06 Using History to Teach Astronomy: The U.S. in the mid-19th Century
M. Rothenberg (Smithsonian Institution)
1.07 Painting Planets: Jupiter as Shown in Popular Works a Century Ago
T. A. Hockey (University of Northern Iowa)
1.08 Halley's Maps and Descriptions of the 1715 Total Solar Eclipse
Jay M. Pasachoff (Williams College-Hopkins Obs.)

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