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Another Astronomer Found Dead

 
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Another Astronomer Found Dead
[link to tv.ibtimes.com]

Haven't many astronomer died in the last few years!

Post any info if you have it.
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Odds are that he's another who's spotted PX
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05/09/2012 08:39 PM
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people die.

next.
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[link to tv.ibtimes.com]

Haven't many astronomer died in the last few years!

Post any info if you have it.
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Everybody except Michio KaKa
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[link to tv.ibtimes.com]

Haven't many astronomer died in the last few years!

Post any info if you have it.
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Everybody except Michio KaKa
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seriously , go to steve quayles site and their is a page there that lists dead scientists.
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[link to stevequayle.com]

interesting
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[link to tv.ibtimes.com]

Haven't many astronomer died in the last few years!

Post any info if you have it.
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Everybody except Michio KaKa
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They can't kill him cause that would draw attention towards planet x.

The Chilean Astronomer they just killed was responcible for building the largest scope in South America - this is important cause they will soon be able to see Planet X from there and, in fact, they probably just did.

Someone needs to make a video of the Dead Astronomers Society...
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My mother always told me Astronomy was a very dangerous profession...she was right!!!hiding
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This Thread should be Pinned :


February 8, 2011 | Hilo

By Stephanie Salazar

Hilo’s Walter R. Steiger – a well known university astronomer – died from injuries he received in a motor vehicle vs. scooter collision at the intersection of Komohana Street and Kukuau Street.
[link to www.bigislandvideonews.com]
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Title: A Dead AstronomerAuthor: Francis Thompson
Father Perry, S.J

Starry amorist, starward gone,
Thou art--what thou didst gaze upon!
Passed through thy golden garden's bars,
Thou seest the Gardener of the Stars.

She, about whose moon-ed brows
Seven stars make seven glows,
Seven lights for seven woes;
She, like thine own Galaxy,
All lustres in one purity:

What said'st thou, Astronomer,
When thou did'st discover HER?
When thy hand its tube let fall,
Thou found'st the fairest Star of all!
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people die.

next.
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But shouldn't astronomers die less no? :P
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This guy was 82 but his death surprised everyone...

Astronomer Don Osterbrock Dead at 82January 13, 2007by William Sheehan

Donald E. Osterbrock (1924–2007).
UC Santa CruzDonald E. Osterbrock, one of the leading American astronomers and astronomical historians of the 20th century, died on January 11, 2007, at age 82.

Osterbrock was a professor emeritus of astronomy and astrophysics at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Although he officially retired in 1992, he was still working on many projects and mentoring graduate students. He suffered a massive heart attack while walking across the university campus last Thursday. His death comes as a complete surprise and great shock to his family and friends.
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Wow really?

I thought astronomers were immortal...

Who knew!
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This guy was 82 but his death surprised everyone...
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Builder of the largest Radio Array - also in the Southern Hemisphere in Australia or New Zealand.

I think we can see a pattern forming here :

No charges in death of Oxford astronomer16 Apr 2012 | 16:02 BST | Posted by Brian Owens | Category: Space and astronomy

The death of Oxford University astronomer Steven Rawlings will not result in any criminal charges.

Rawlings was found dead in the home of his friend and fellow Oxford academic, Devinder Sivia, in January (See ‘Radio astronomer’s death shocks colleagues‘). Sivia was arrested and released on bail, but the UK Crown Prosecution Service now says that he will not face any charges, reports the BBC, adding that a coroner’s inquest will now seek to determine the cause of Rawlings’s death.

Rawlings was a key figure in the Square Kilometre Array radio telescope project.
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[link to tv.ibtimes.com]

Haven't many astronomer died in the last few years!

Post any info if you have it.
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Everybody except Michio KaKa
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seriously , go to steve quayles site and their is a page there that lists dead scientists.
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For some reason Quaalude doesn't post the dead astronmers.

Gee, what does that tell ya...
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bump
I'm tired of waiting, somebody push the damn button already!

Please ignore the German flag, I am an American.

Keep your 72 virgins, give me one old biker chick.
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I don't see another astronomer anywhere on that list and only one person who even did anything remotely associated with space?
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[link to tv.ibtimes.com]

Haven't many astronomer died in the last few years!

Post any info if you have it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15750885


Everybody except Michio KaKa
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15695213


seriously , go to steve quayles site and their is a page there that lists dead scientists.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15695213


For some reason Quaalude doesn't post the dead astronmers.

Gee, what does that tell ya...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9658935


Where is your list?
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bump
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bump2

Nibs is still around.
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Most astronomers have been discredited or threatened to the point where there is no need for too many quote unquote deaths.

Last Edited by DoubleHelix on 05/14/2012 02:31 PM
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The Expert on Astrophotography : I can't find the year he died but it appears to be fairly recently :

Robert Little Is Dead at 77
By Dan Harrison

Robert Little, the longtime AAA member who was an expert on astrophotography and wrote a much-praised book on the subject, died December 8 at his home in Brooklyn. He was 77.

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Sagan was only 62 :

From Wikipedia

Carl Edward Sagan ( /&#712;se&#618;&#609;&#618;n/; November 9, 1934 – December 20, 1996) was an American astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, science popularizer, and science communicator in astronomy and natural sciences. He published more than 600 scientific papers[2] and articles and was author, co-author or editor of more than 20 books. He advocated scientifically skeptical inquiry and the scientific method, pioneered exobiology and promoted the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI).
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Last Year at this time - you know, the Elenin Psychops :

Elenin Comet: 2 Assassinated Astronomers… End of the World?
Brian Geoffrey Marsden was born on August 5, 1937, he died on November 18, 2010. He was an astronomer américano-British; he was since 1978 the director of Minor Planet Center of the SAO located at Cambridge in Massachusetts. Minor Planet Center, under the auspices of the International Astronomical Union, it is the official organization in charge of the data-gathering of observation for small planets (asteroids) and comets, the calculation of their orbit and the publication of this information via Minor Planet Circulars.

Al Rex Sandage was born on June 18, 1926 in Iowa city, Iowa (the United States), and died in San Gabriel (California) on November 13, 2010; it counted among the largest contemporary American astronomers. Born in an Jewish family, it converts towards the end of its life to Christianity. Sandage worked at the observatory of the Palomar Mount. This observatory belongs and is controlled by California Institue off technology (Caltech). One of the important programs allotted to the Palomar mount is the research program of comets and the asteroids géocroiseurs called Near Earth Asteroid Tracking (NEAT). the asteroids géocroiseurs are asteroids evolving/moving in the vicinity or in direction of the Earth. To name them one often uses abbreviation ECA, of English Earth-Crossing Asteroids, asteroids whose orbit crosses that of the Earth. Some of these objects being likely to run up against the Earth, they are the subject of a research and a particular follow-up.

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World-renowned astronomer Donald C. Backer dies at age 66

By Public Affairs, UC Berkeley | July 29, 2010

BERKELEY

Don Backer (UC Berkeley Department of Astronomy photo)
Don Backer, a professor in the Department of Astronomy at the University of California, Berkeley, and a world leader in the field of radio astronomy, died on Sunday, July 25, after collapsing outside his home. He was 66.

[link to newscenter.berkeley.edu]
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Died 'unexpectedly' in October 2012 :

John Peter Huchra died unexpectedly on Oct. 8 at the age of 61. He was the Robert O. & Holly Thomis Doyle Professor of Cosmology and the senior adviser to the provost for research policy at Harvard.

[link to news.harvard.edu]
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Jack Horkheimer | Star Gazer | Last Show | Geekosystemw

Aug 22, 2010

On Friday afternoon Jack Horkheimer, veteran astronomer and naked-eye-astronomy enthusiast, died of “a respiratory ailment” at the age of 72.

He was the executive director of the planetarium at the Miami Museum of Science and Space Transit, but was most well known for his weekly PBS series. It’s called Jack Horkheimer: Star Gazer and he started doing it in 1976.

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What kinds of real-life accidents happen to astronomers or physicists?

Most of the accidents I hear about have to do with the hazards of traveling to and from observatories and conferences. A recent tragic accident was the death of Prof. David Schramm, a world renound University of Chicago physicist and cosmologist. He died in a private plane accident.

A decade ago, an astronomer died at an observatory when a special set of interlock doors in the observatory dome failed to operate properly and he was crushed to death between the inside and outside walls of the rotating observatory dome at Kitt Peak.

[link to www.astronomycafe.net]


They knew about Planet X in the 80's - the Pioneer Craft was sent specifically to check it out :

Wikipedia :

Aaronson was killed during an accident in the evening hours of 30 April 1987, in the dome of the 4-m Mayall Telescope of the Kitt Peak National Observatory.[3] Aaronson was killed when he was crushed by the hatch leading out to the catwalk when the hatch was slammed shut on him by a ladder which extended down from the turning telescope dome. A switch on the hatch automatically shut down the dome rotation motor; however, the momentum of the dome kept it moving for a few moments, allowing it to hit the outward opening hatch. This design flaw was corrected after the accident by trimming the ladder and redesigning the hatch to slide sideways, parallel to the dome wall.

David Norman Schramm (25 October 1945 – 19 December 1997) was an American astrophysicist and educator, and one of the world's foremost experts on the Big Bang theory. Schramm was a pioneer in the study of Big Bang nucleosynthesis and its use as a probe of dark matter (both baryonic and non-baryonic) and of neutrinos. He also made important contributions to the study of cosmic rays, supernova explosions, and heavy-element nucleosynthesis.
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Haven't many astronomer died in the last few years!

Post any info if you have it.
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Everybody except Michio KaKa
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Mr. Misinfomation......

somehow....he is supposed know to everything...because everybody eats all his bull up...

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Died 'unexpectedly' in October 2012 :

John Peter Huchra died unexpectedly on Oct. 8 at the age of 61. He was the Robert O. & Holly Thomis Doyle Professor of Cosmology and the senior adviser to the provost for research policy at Harvard.

[link to news.harvard.edu]

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Wow so is he alive now?

Should we warn him before October?

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