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Dr. James Cuffey

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Assistant Professor

Phone: (812) ***-****  HQ Phone
Indiana University
107 E 6Th Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47408
United States

Company Description: Indiana University is one of the oldest state universities in the Midwest and also one of the largest universities in the United States with more than 110,000...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Position, Navigation Department
    Annapolis
  • Member, University Staff Early
Web References
When many asteroids were lost during ...
aas.org, 8 Dec 2008 [cached]
When many asteroids were lost during World War II, Frank and his colleague James Cuffey established the Indiana University Asteroid Program.
Professor W. A. Cogshall, of Indiana ...
www.iasindy.org, 16 Mar 2008 [cached]
Professor W. A. Cogshall, of Indiana University, gave advice and help whenever needed, and Dr. James Cuffey arrived in time to run the photographic Hartmann tests.
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The first celestial photograph was taken by Dr. Cuffey in August, 1939.With the active help of President Herman B Wells arrangements had been made in 1938, before construction was completed, for Indiana University to use the Link Observatory.To start this program, Dr. Cuffey joined the university staff early in 1939 as a postdoctoral research fellow.His work was interrupted in June of 1941 by a call to active duty in the navy.He served in the navigation department at Annapolis for five years, and returned to Indiana University in 1946 as an assistant professor.
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The research program thus far has been devoted almost entirely to Dr. Cuffey's work on the photographic photometry of star clusters, using a doubleslide plateholder at the prime focus of the 36-inch.
Dr. Goethe Link
www.iasindy.org, 1 May 2001 [cached]
I.U. took full advantage of this offer by creating the position of Research Fellow and hiring an astronomer, Dr. James Cuffey, to work full-time at the observatory.
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