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Columbia University

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Columbia University

161 Fort Washington Avenue

New York City, New York,10032

United States

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At the end of 1995, I got in contact with Dr. Joe Patterson of Columbia University, NY, who was planning to set up two European branches for his Center for Backyard Astrophysics (CBA) network.


Amateur Astronomers, Inc. - Archive of General Membership Meetings

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Dr. Joseph Patterson
Dr. Joseph Patterson Dr. Joseph Patterson, Astrophysicist, Columbia University. Most stars are found in binary star systems.


Discovering the Cosmos, Robert C. Bless

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--Joe Patterson, Columbia University


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I'm studying, through time-series CCD photometry, this particularly interesting group of variable stars, as an active member of the Center for Backyard Astrophysics, headed by Columbia University professor Joe Patterson.


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Columbia University Astronomy Professor Joe Patterson said while Haley's Comet won't be visible in the night sky until 2061, the Earth passes through its trailing debris field every October and April.
Halley's comet last swept by the earth in 1986. "The tail of Halley's comet is really long - it's an old comet and the tail doesn't have a lot of particles in it," he said. "A small number of these dust particles enter the Earth's atmosphere." The Orionid meteor shower will typically deliver a "shooting star" once every three minutes, he said. Patterson said the cosmic event typically draws interest from "hard-core meteor observers."


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