Francis G. Graham: Biography and Archives of Graham's Corner & SpaceWatchtower Blog Posts

Francis G. Graham: Biography and
Archives of Graham's Corner & SpaceWatchtower Blog Posts

Weblog Column By Francis G. Graham
Originally scheduled at the beginning of each month on the web site of
Friends of the Zeiss / History of Buhl Planetarium
Now published periodically in the SpaceWatchtower Blog

Francis G. Graham, Director, Christine Alley Observatory, East Pittsburgh PA
Long-time Planetarium Lecturer Francis G. Graham is shown at the
Planetarium Control Console for the historic
Zeiss II Planetarium Projector of Pittsburgh's original
Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science in September of 1982.

Francis G. Graham is Professor Emeritus of Physics at Kent State University, who founded the American Lunar Society in the 1980s. He can be contacted at:

< fgg@planetarium.cc >


Edited By Glenn A. Walsh *** Sponsored By Friends of the Zeiss
Electronic Mail: < gcorner@planetarium.cc > *** Internet Web Site Cover Page: < http://www.planetarium.ccB >
2006 April, Updated 2014 January

Biography *** Brief Resume *** Short Fact Sheet

Archives of Blog Posts:

SpaceWatchtower *** Graham's Corner

Other Reports Published on the Web Site of the History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh


Francis G. Graham: Archive of SpaceWatchtower Blog Posts

Graham, Francis G. "155th Anniversary of Allegheny Observatory: The Very 1st Director." Blog-Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2016 Nov. 27.

Graham, Francis G. "50th Anniversary: Kecksburg, Pa. "UFO" Incident." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2015 Dec. 9.

Graham, Francis G. "Advanced ET Societies Can Never Be Ruled-Out." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2015 May 7.

Graham, Francis G. "960th Anniversary: Supernova That Created Crab Nebula." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2014 July 3.

Graham, Francis G. "Mars Rover Sees Mystery Rock Suddenly Appear." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2014 Jan. 20.
Source: Francis G. Graham, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Kent State University;
former Planetarium Lecturer & Observatory Observer, Pittsburgh's original Buhl Planetarium
and Institute of Popular Science;
Steering Commitee Member, Friends of the Zeiss;
Reporting for SpaceWatchtower, a project of Friends of the Zeiss.

Graham, Francis G. "Partial Sunrise Solar Eclipse Sunday Morning." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2013 Nov. 2.

Graham, Francis G. "Eclipse of Nothingness: Friday Night Lunar Eclipse." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2013 May 24.

Also Blog Post Regarding Professor Graham ---

Walsh, Glenn A. "Former Buhl Planetarium & Observatory Lecturer Bestowed as Kent State University Professor Emeritus." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2012 Feb. 17.


Francis G. Graham: Archive of Graham's Corner Blog Posts

* 2006 July - August: THE SMART-1 IMPACT ON THE MOON
European SMART-1 Spacecraft's September crash on Moon
may be visible to amateur astronomers with large telescopes.
*** 2006 July 18 - News Release:
Space Probe Crash on Moon May Be Visible to
Amateur Astronomers with Large Telescopes

* 2006 May 12: THE NORTH KOREAN SATELLITE ATTEMPT OF 1998

* 2006 April 14: THE SENSIBILITY OF ZOAR


Francis G. Graham: Archive of Other Reports Published on the Web Site of the History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh ----

Graham, Francis G. "Observation Report (issued 2005 November 1) of Partial Eclipse of Moon, 2005 October 17." Web Site Report.
History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh 2005 Nov. 1.

Graham, Francis G. "Observing Session of Hybrid Total/Annular Eclipse of the Sun, Observed as Very Slight Partial Solar Eclipse at Christina Alley Observatory, East Pittsburgh PA 2005 April 8." Web Site Report.
History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh 2005 May 26.


Other Internet Web Sites of Interest

History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science, Pittsburgh -
Which Housed the Oldest Operable Major Planetarium Projector in the World !

History of The Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, Chicago -
America's First Major Planetarium !

History of Astronomer, Educator, and Optician John A. Brashear

History of Andrew Carnegie and Carnegie Libraries

The Duquesne Incline, Pittsburgh -
Historic Cable Car Railway Serving Commuters and Tourists since 1877 !

Other History Links


Graham's Corner

Weblog Column By Francis G. Graham
Originally scheduled at the beginning of each month on the web site of
Friends of the Zeiss / History of Buhl Planetarium
Now published periodically in the SpaceWatchtower Blog

Francis G. Graham is Professor Emeritus of Physics at Kent State University, who founded the American Lunar Society in the 1980s. He can be contacted at:

< fgg@planetarium.cc >


Edited By Glenn A. Walsh *** Sponsored By Friends of the Zeiss
Electronic Mail: < gcorner@planetarium.cc > *** Internet Web Site Cover Page: < http://www.planetarium.cc >
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2006 April, Updated 2014 January

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