New Star Discoveries Found in Antique Telescope Platesby Clara Moskowitz, Space.com, Jan 26, 2012 and Yahoo! News, Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Recording A Century of Night Skies Through A Scanner Darkly, by Rebecca Boyle, Popular Science, November 2, 2011
Plate Tech Tonic: World's Largest Collection of Astronomical Photographic Plates Is (Slowly) Going Digital, by John Matson, Scientific American, September 29, 2010
A Celestial Trip Back in Time, by Matt Tempesta, Emerson College Journalism Student, Apr 26, 2010
Digitizing History, by Stephen Lieber, Sky and Telescope, March 2010, page 31-34
Building a Stellar Time Machine, by Alvin Powell, Harvard University Gazette, July 2, 2009
Stars in Dusty Filing Cabinets, by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee, Science, Vol 324, 24 April 2009, p 460-461 (Payment required)
AAS 2009: A century of night, Nature reporter's blog from conferances and events, Eric Hand, January 6, 2009
Harvard: Honoring Henrietta Swan Leavitt, Katy Sternberger, November 2008
The Harvard Computers, Sue Nelson, Nature, Vol 455, Sep 4, 2008 , p. 36-37.
Astronomes d'Harvard : ils vont sauver des observations historiques, Myriam Détruy, Ciel & Espace, Novembre 2007, p. 8-12.
- 27-Jul-2007 Harvard Crimson Article
- 10-Jul-2007 New York Times article by George Johnson (Payment required)
- Author George Johnson Mr. Johnson is also the author of
Miss Leavitts Stars, the Untold Story of the Woman Who Discovered How to Measure the Universe.
- Thread from Slashdot.org
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