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Some more info -



Hello Folks,

A quick phone call (630- 840-3351) to the Public Relations Office at
Fermilab got me more information.
The Colloquia is given in the Wilson Hall. The directions to Wilson Hall,
"Enter through the East or West entrances and look for the sixteen stories
high building and just follow the road to it". Easy huh.  Conference room
is on the West Side - signs will direct you there.

Also for those of us who have forgot and those who don't know.
http://fnalpubs.fnal.gov/library/colloq/colloqdroege.html

Fermilab Library Presents: Selected Bibliographies of 1998 Colloquia
Speakers --

Tom Droege

For articles about the Amateur Sky Survey:
Amateur Sky Survey Home Page: http://www.tass-survey.org/
Perricone, Mike. "Tom Droege and his celestial fax machine." Ferminews,
21:6 (1998) p.3
Gombert, Glenn and Tom Droege. "Boldness: The Amateur Sky Survey" Sky &
Telescope 95:2 (1998)
Gombert, Glenn. "New or undesignated variables." Information Bulletin on
Variable Stars 4575 (1998)
Chown, Marcus. "Stars in their eyes." New Scientist 159:2141 (1998)
Droege, Tom. "An Introduction to the Amateur Sky Survey"
http://www.tass-survey.org/tass/tass_intro.shtml June 18, 1997 updated July
8, 1997
Droege, T. F., et al. "TASS - The Amateur Sky Survey" American Astronomical
Society Meeting 190:30.10 (1997)
Richmond, M. "First Results from The Amateur Sky Survey." American
Astronomical Society Meeting, 190:33.05 (1997)

Last updated 07-Oct-1998
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