1970s

Robert Jedicke

Robert is a Canadian astronomy researcher working at the Institute for Astronomy of the University of Hawaii. Jedicke's expertise is analysing observations and theoretical dynamics of the population of asteroids in the solar system, particularly mini-moons near Earth's orbit. Recently, his search for mini-moons took him to the control room of the Subaru telescope on the summit of Mauna Kea, where he had an observing run with an 8-metre telescope.

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RASC National Office

The RASC's headquarters has moved around Toronto over the years:

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Eclipse, Solar - 19720710

This eclipse was notable for an expedition to Tuktoyaktuk, NWT.

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Eclipse, Solar - 19790226

Southern Manitoba was ground zero for this highly-anticipated eclipse.

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CFHT

National Research Council Canada

Conseil national de recherches Canada

THE CANADA-FRANCE-HAWAII TELESCOPE

LE TÉLESCOPE CANADA-FRANCE-HAWAII

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Roy and Phyllis Belfield

Active members of the Winnipeg Centre.

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Randall Brooks

Ottawa and Halifax Centre member. Service Award 1986.

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Stan Mott

A longtime Ottawa Centre member, Librarian, eclipse chaser and meteor observer. Service Award 1980.

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Damien Lemay

A Québec Centre member and avid astrophotographer. Chant Medal 1987. National President (1990-92).

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Warren Morrison

A Kingston Centre member and active variable star observer. Chilton Prize 1979. Chant Medal 1986.

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