Friday, February 6, 2015

Mullaney's Roster of 300 Night Sky Wonders Now On-Line

James Mullaney's list of 300 night sky wonders,
now on-line, comes from his book, Celestial Harvest:
300-Plus Showpieces of the Heavens for Telescope
Viewing and Contemplation.

By Glenn A. Walsh
Reporting for SpaceWatchtower

A “Celestial Roster” of 300 of the finest wonders of the night sky, compiled by long-time astronomy educator James J. Mullaney, has now been posted on the Internet's World Wide Web. This list, which Mr. Mullaney describes as his “life's work,” is based on his 1998 book, Celestial Harvest: 300-Plus Showpieces of the Heavens for Telescope Viewing and Contemplation.

James Mullaney is an astronomy writer, lecturer, and consultant who has served as Curator of Exhibits and Astronomy at Pittsburgh's original Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Staff Astronomer at the University of Pittsburgh's Allegheny Observatory, and Director of the Dupont Planetarium located on the campus of the University of South Carolina, Aiken. He has written for Astronomy, Sky and Telescope, and Star and Sky magazines.

Friends of the Zeiss is proud to host, on the web site of the History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh, James J. Mullaney's “Celestial Harvest Showpiece Roster” at this link:

Internet link to another article by James J. Mullaney ---

Mullaney, James J. "Stargazing Simplified."
Sky and Telescope Magazine 2014 April (Internet Reprint: 2017 June 6).
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Related Blog Posts ---

Mullaney Astronomy Book Now Published in Dutch & German  (2014 June 14):

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Former Buhl Planetarium Curator Jim Mullaney To Be On National Radio  (2013 June 26):

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New Mullaney Book: "Celebrating the Universe!"  (2013 May 18):

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Source: Glenn A. Walsh Reporting for SpaceWatchtower, a project of Friends of the Zeiss.

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