Articles in The Planetarian,
Quarterly Journal of the International Planetarium Society

Feature Articles

Walsh, Glenn A. "WHEN PITTSBURGH GOT ITS PLANETARIUM
"The 75th anniversary of America's 5th major planetarium."
Planetarian 2014 December: 50.
Click here for a history of Pittsburgh's original Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science starting on page 50 of the .pdf file
of this article in the Quarterly Journal of the International Planetarium Society.

Ventre, John E. "Presidents' Day: The Astronomy President." Blog Post and Article.
SpaceWatchtower 2014 Feb. 17.
Biography of U.S. President John Quincy Adams by John E. Ventre, Historian for the Cincinnati Observatory.
Click here for the copy of the article published in the Planetarian, starting on page 34 of the .pdf file.

"Forum" Column Articles:

The Planetarian,
Quarterly Journal of the International Planetarium Society

From "Forum" column of the Planetarian - 2005 June,
Quarterly Journal of the International Planetarium Society -
"Forum" question for this issue:

Question: How realistic is President Bush's new Space Initiative? Will astronaut safety issues hold NASA back from achieving the initiative's stated goals of establishing a base on the Moon and Mars, or will it forge ahead and view this as its new reason for being, for which the Agency has been searching these last few decades?
Answer of Glenn A. Walsh, Planetarium Lecturer 1988-1991, original Buhl Planetarium, Pittsburgh
Answer includes argument for aggressive, manned, commercial space program.

Also see: Walsh, Glenn A. "NASA Strategic Direction Study: Glenn Walsh's Public Comments." Blog Posting.
SpaceWatchtower 2012 Aug. 18.

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From "Forum" column of the Planetarian - 2005 March,
Quarterly Journal of the International Planetarium Society -
"Forum" question for this issue:

What are your favorite constellations to point out during a live sky tour and why? How do you describe them to your audience in a way that's different from the norm?
Answer of Glenn A. Walsh, Planetarium Lecturer 1988-1991, original Buhl Planetarium, Pittsburgh

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