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Tombaugh

Clyde William. 1906--97, US astronomer, who discovered (1930) the planet Pluto
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Just 40' east-southeast, Tombaugh 2 was visible in the same low-power field through Whitlock's scope.
David Levy's biography Clyde Tombaugh: Discoverer of Planet Pluto is available from Sky Publishing ($13.95, softbound), even though Pluto is now only a "dwarf planet" (S&T: November 2006, page 34.)
Kate Tombaugh was seen in last year's New Philharmonic season as a guest artist in "Show Boat and Show Tunes," and in the 2017 "The Best of Broadway: Rodgers and Hammerstein and Andrew Lloyd Webber." She has performed with opera companies and symphonies throughout the U.S.
The telescope Tombaugh used is still on display at the observatory along with stacks of fascinating information behind the man and his find.
They can be seen most to the west of the prominent heart-shaped feature on its surface called Tombaugh Regio, near the Elliot crater and in a stretch called Viking Terra.
A As You Like It B All's Well That Ends Well C The Winter's Tale D The Comedy Of Errors QUESTION 15 - for 15 points: What did astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discover in 1930?
Es asi, por ejemplo, Tombaugh, [17] el mismo autor de la prueba (Test de Simulacion de la Memoria [TOMM]), en 1997, realizo 4 investigaciones para poseer datos normativos del TOMM en personas sanas e individuos con alteraciones cognitivas.
It's what geologists call 'bladed' terrain in a region known as Tartarus Dorsa, located in the rough highlands on the eastern side of Tombaugh Regio.
Pluto displays a prominent heart-shaped landscape, informally named Tombaugh Regio in honor of the dwarf planet's discoverer.
In the Sputnik Planum, which is located at the center of Plutos "heart", the region known as Tombaugh Regio, a sheet of ice seems to have flowed andcould still be flowing similarly to glaciers on Earth, suggesting signs of recent geologic activity.