Book reviews of George Johnson’s Miss Leavitt’s Stars: The Untold Story of the Woman Who Discovered How to Measure the Universe and Michael Judge’s The Dance of Time: The Origins of the Calendar, to appear in the December 2005 (Vol. 34, No. 4) issue of The Planetarian.Download PDF version or Word version of Miss Leavitt’s Stars review.
A decidedly personal perspective on the potential of fulldome video to revolutionize the planetarium field. Appeared in the September 2005 (Vol. 34, No. 3) issue of The Planetarian.Download PDF version.
A hastily-written general piece that took fourth place in the 2005 Boeing Writing Contest sponsored by Griffith Observatory.Download PDF version.
A sequences of captions for images presented in a video introduction to the SOHO spacecraft — including a real-time updated section with images from the web.View HTML version.
Three night-sky stories written for a pre-school audience, which appeared in the Hayden Planetarium children’s program, Look Up.Download PDF version or Word version.
A succinct piece about a Hubble image, originally posted to the Hayden Planetarium email list, which goes out to the audience of regular attendees of lectures and other astronommically-oriented programs.Download PDF version or Word version.
Another short sample: the script to a three-minute introductory video written for the LodeStar Astronomy Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico (the annotated script includes visual references).Download PDF version or Word version.
The narration for the LodeStar Planetarium’s poorly-titled debut program, Universe of Change.Download PDF version or Word version, or view HTML version.
A script for a fifteen-minute planetarium program about calendar systems and the (at the time) upcoming year 2000, originally produced for the Arizona Science Center.Download PDF version or Word version.