Astronomy Day 1984 (May 5) in Kingston, Ontario. Hein van Asperen with his home-made 10 Newtonian on Dobsonian mount. Leo Enright is on the right.
A Kingston Centre member and active variable star observer. Chilton Prize 1979. Chant Medal 1986.
Leo Enright's introduction to Clyde Tombaugh's lecture in Kingston on 1989 October 20.
The text of this introduction was published in the October 2010 issue of Regulus.
A report of the meeting was published in the January 1990 issue of Regulus.
(1943-2009) A longtime active observer and member of the Kingston Centre. He brought Astronomy Day to Canada and developed the Beginner's Observing Guide. Leo received the Service Award in 1986.
(1948-) Possibly the RASC's most famous member and most active observer. Received the Chant Medal in 1980 and the Simon Newcomb Award in 2002.
(1913-2001) Canada's first radio astronomer; RASC Honorary President (1986-89).
(1894-1988) Professor of Astronomy and Dean of Women at Queen's University (1939-63). She studied Physics under Sir Arthur Eddington and later wrote his biography. President of the Society (1943-44) and founder of the RASC Kingston Centre in 1961.
Astronomy Day 1984 (May 5) in Kingston, Ontario. Centre display at the Cataraqui Mall, including the centre's 10 Newtonian.
Astronomy Day 1984 (May 5) in Kingston, Ontario. Centre display at the Cataraqui Mall.
Astronomy Day 1984 (May 5) in Kingston, Ontario. Centre display at the Cataraqui Mall. Hein van Asperen (holding his scope), Leo Enright on right.
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