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Philip Harrington is the author of Touring the Universe through Binoculars and Starware, published by John Wiley & Sons, and regularly contributes to Sky and Telescope and Astronomy magazines. He teaches courses in astronomy at the Vanderbilt Museum Planetarium and at Hofstra University and is a frequent lecturer at astronomy clubs and conventions worldwide. Edward Pascuzzi, a high school physics and earth science teacher, holds a bachelor's degree in theoretical astrophysics and a master's degree in physics education. For the past decade he had lectured and taught astronomy at the Vanderbilt Museum Planetarium.

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Great resource for astronomy teachers! 3 July 2011
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Having been an astronomy/physics/honors physics teacher for 15 years, I still find the resources and activities that Phil Harrington has included very relevant. Additionally, it is a great resource for those interested in pursuing astronomy and need a book to help them understand the night skies. I highly recommend this book for teachers, students, and others interested in astronomy and our day/night skies! Thanks, Phil!
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