Here, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin reported highlights from a conference at Mexico's Tonantzintla Observatory, soon to play its own key role in the photoelectric photometry
of bright stars.
of Variable Stars, second revised edition, Willmann-Bell, Inc.
When photoelectric photometry
started to become a significant interest at Crayford Dick was the first person to suggest that a meeting should be held to discuss the subject.
The yellowing that results from this reaction is measured via photoelectric photometry
with accurate readings to <20 ppb HCHO, without significant cross-sensitivity, making it suitable for indoor air quality (IAO) applications.
This was followed, in the mid-1980s, with the photoelectric photometry
of variable stars, which became the backbone of the observatory's work till its closure.
Stromgren's scientific contributions can be separated into three main topics: problems of chemical composition of stellar structure and stellar interiors (1930-1940), the physics of interstellar gas (1938-1953), and photoelectric photometry
of stellar spectra (from 1948).
Gver the following thirty years a number of professional astronomers--from the great celestial mechanician Forest Ray Moulton to one of the pioneers of photoelectric photometry
, Charles M.
The Vander-bilt-based International Amateur Professional Photoelectric Photometry
, which has more than 500 members in 40 countries, oversees such small-observatory efforts.
Schmude RW Jr: Full-Disc Wideband Photoelectric Photometry
of the Moon.
Around 1980 Vanderbilt University astronomer Doug Hall, and later Russ Genet, encouraged me to get started in photoelectric photometry
Masaaki Huruhata born; a Japanese astronomer; Director of the Tokyo Astronomical Observatory; did work on meteors, variable stars, photoelectric photometry
of the zodiacal light and airglow.
a group founded in 1980 to promote pro-am collaboration on photoelectric photometry