'Hidden Figures' Of Astronomy At Harvard Take Center Stage In Play About Women 'Computers', Andrea Shea, WBUR, March 13, 2017
How Harvard’s vast collection of glass plates still shapes astronomy, Meghan Bartels, Astronomy Magazine, February 01, 2017
Rings of a Super Saturn, Matthew Kenworthy, Scientific American, January 2016, p 34-41 (Payment required)
A Time Capsule of the UniverseMeg Rosenburg, Physics Central Physics Buzz Blog, Sep 6, 2015
Why Harvard and the Smithsonian teamed up to crowdsource a century of astronomical historySimon Owens, Newsletter blog post, 2015
Shelf Life Episode 5 – How To Time Travel To a StarAmerican Museum of Natural History, You Tube Video, 2015
Using 19th Century Technology to Time Travel to the StarsBy Nancy Atkinson, Universe Today, March 25, 2015
95 year-long 'movie' of a red dwarf binary whirling through the galaxy.John Lurie, Twitter posting of 15 Jan 2015
Preserving the Astronomical PastBy Shraddha Chakradhar, PBS Online, NovaNext, Wed, 10 Dec 2014
- DASCH in Wikipedia, initial article: December, 2014
Digitizing the Harvard Plate Stack Collection: You Can Make a Meaningful Contributionby Carroll Iorg, Astronomical League President, Reflector, December 2013, Vol 66 No. 1 page 4
From Glass to GigabytesPatrick McCray, blog post, Oct 27, 2014
New Star Discoveries Found in Antique Telescope Platesby Clara Moskowitz, Space.com, Jan 26, 2012 and Yahoo! News, Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Recording A Century of Night Skies Through A Scanner Darkly, by Rebecca Boyle, Popular Science, November 2, 2011
Plate Tech Tonic: World's Largest Collection of Astronomical Photographic Plates Is (Slowly) Going Digital, by John Matson, Scientific American, September 29, 2010
A Celestial Trip Back in Time, by Matt Tempesta, Emerson College Journalism Student, Apr 26, 2010
Digitizing History, by Stephen Lieber, Sky and Telescope, March 2010, page 31-34
Building a Stellar Time Machine, by Alvin Powell, Harvard University Gazette, July 2, 2009
Stars in Dusty Filing Cabinets, by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee, Science, Vol 324, 24 April 2009, p 460-461 (Payment required)
AAS 2009: A century of night, Nature reporter's blog from conferances and events, Eric Hand, January 6, 2009
Harvard: Honoring Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Katy Sternberger, November 2008
The Harvard Computers, Sue Nelson, Nature, Vol 455, Sep 4, 2008 , p. 36-37.
Astronomes d'Harvard : ils vont sauver des observations historiques, Myriam Détruy, Ciel & Espace, Novembre 2007, p. 8-12.
- 27-Jul-2007 Harvard Crimson Article
- 10-Jul-2007 New York Times article by George Johnson (Payment required)
- Author George Johnson Mr. Johnson is also the author of
Miss Leavitts Stars, the Untold Story of the Woman Who Discovered How to Measure the Universe.
- Thread from Slashdot.org
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