Eve Pearce, European Correspondent
Reporting for SpaceWatchtower:
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Eve Pearce is the European Correspondent reporting for the SpaceWatchtower Blog, which is a project of Friends of the Zeiss.

Eve Pearce, who lives in London, grew up in the big city where stars were either things other people saw or lamp posts, but a family trip to the Lake District opened up the wide world beyond this planet, and she has since been an avid, amateur astronomer. Armed with her GCSE (General Certificate in Secondary Education, which students in Great Britain achieve in high school) in Astronomy and a degree in Environmental Studies and Journalism, she has developed a writing career since becoming a stay at home mum in a time when such a thing is very unfashionable. When not writing or star gazing, she looks after her two daughters and salivates over cookery programs.

Articles Written By Eve Pearce

Pearce, Eve. "Comet: Source of Mysterious Water on Jupiter." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2013 May 4.

Pearce, Eve. "Scientists Plan for Asteroid Deflection Mission." Blog Post.
SpaceWatchtower 2013 April 15.

Pearce, Eve. "130 Years of Carnegie’s Legacy." Web Site News Article.
History of Andrew Carnegie and Carnegie Libraries 2013 April 10.




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