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Astronomy / Science / Technology

History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science / Buhl Science Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
(Web-Site Created 1999 September 5; publicly unveiled 1999 October 24; moved to Lycos' Tripod.com domain 2000 August 8)

History of The Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, Chicago, Illinois U.S.A.
(Web-Site Created 1999 October 3)

Public Observing Sessions of Transit of Venus Across Front of Sun - Pittsburgh: 2004, 2012
[Web-Site Created 2004 October 24 (2004); 2012 May 9 (2012)]

Astronomer, Educator, and Maker of Telescopes and Precise Scientific Instruments, Dr. John A. Brashear (1840 to 1920)
(Web-Site Created 1999 June 26)

James E. Keeler (1857 to 1900), Director of Allegheny Observatory and Director of Lick Observatory
(Web-Site Created 2002)

Samuel Pierpont Langley (1834 to 1906), First Academic Allegheny Observatory Director, Third Smithsonian Institution Secretary
(Web-Site Created 2001)

Leo J. Scanlon (1903 to 1999), Co-Founder of the Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh (1929), Producer of World's First All-Aluminum Astronomical Observatory Dome (1930), First Buhl Planetarium Lecturer (1939)
(Web-Site Created 2002)

Richard H. Emmons (1919 to 2005), Small Planetarium Pioneer
(Web-Site Created 2006 April 5)

John D. Weinhold (1929 to 2011), Amateur Astronomer, Transportation Planner, Community Activist, & Professional Clown
(Web-Site Created 2011 May 16)

Astronomer Catherina Elisabetha Koopman Hevelius (1647 to 1693)
(Web-Site Created 2002)

Pittsburgh-Area Astronauts
(Web-Site Created 2005 March 7)

The Historic Mission of Apollo 11, Man Walks on the Moon for the First Time
A Personal Remembrance From 40 Years Ago By Glenn A. Walsh (2009 July)

(Web-Site Created 2009 July 20)

The Challenger Disaster Viewed at Pittsburgh’s Buhl Planetarium
A Personal Remembrance From 20 Years Ago By Glenn A. Walsh (2006 January)

(Web-Site Created 2006 January 27)

History of Radio Station WLCR-AM Carrier Current Lewisburg / White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia U.S.A. and The Radio Group
(Web-Site Created 2001 August 12)

History of The Duquesne Incline, Pittsburgh
(Web-Site Created 1998 February 24)

Citizen Science Projects
(Web-Site Created 2009 June 9)

Memorial Pages for Kent C. Hoffman (1948 to 2020)
and Charles H. Hoffman (1918 to 2019)
A Family Tradition of Science

(Web-Site Created 2021 May 26)

Blog: SpaceWatchtower
(Web-Site Created 2011 November 9)

Micro-Blog - Twitter: SpaceWatchtower
(Web-Site Created 2011 September)

Biographies

Pittsburgh-Area Astronauts
(Web-Site Created 2005 March 7)

Astronomer, Educator, and Maker of Telescopes and Precise Scientific Instruments, Dr. John A. Brashear (1840 to 1920)
(Web-Site Created 1999 June 26)

History of Andrew Carnegie and Carnegie Libraries (Andrew Carnegie: 1835 to 1919)
(Web-Site Created 2000 August 4)

Richard H. Emmons (1919 to 2005), Small Planetarium Pioneer
(Web-Site Created 2006 April 5)

History of Industrialist, Art Patron, and Philanthropist Henry Clay Frick (1849 to 1919)
(Web-Site Created 2001 July 12)

Astronomer Catherina Elisabetha Koopman Hevelius (1647 to 1693)
(Web-Site Created 2002)

Memorial Pages for Kent C. Hoffman (1948 to 2020)
and Charles H. Hoffman (1918 to 2019)
A Family Tradition of Science

(Web-Site Created 2021 May 26)

James E. Keeler (1857 to 1900), Director of Allegheny Observatory and Director of Lick Observatory
(Web-Site Created 2002)

Samuel Pierpont Langley (1834 to 1906), First Academic Allegheny Observatory Director, Third Smithsonian Institution Secretary
(Web-Site Created 2001)

Leo J. Scanlon (1903 to 1999), Co-Founder of the Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh (1929), Producer of World's First All-Aluminum Astronomical Observatory Dome (1930), First Buhl Planetarium Lecturer (1939)
(Web-Site Created 2002)

The Art of Eleanor Walsh Perrine (1931 to 2009)
(Web-Site Created 2014 June 1)

John D. Weinhold (1929 to 2011), Amateur Astronomer, Transportation Planner, Community Activist, and Professional Clown
(Web-Site Created 2011 May 16)

History

History of The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science / Buhl Science Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
(Web-Site Created 1999 September 5; publicly unveiled 1999 October 24; moved to Lycos' Tripod.com domain 2000 August 8)

History of The Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum, Chicago, Illinois U.S.A.
(Web-Site Created 1999 October 3)

The Historic Mission of Apollo 11, Man Walks on the Moon for the First Time
A Personal Remembrance From 40 Years Ago By Glenn A. Walsh (2009 July)

(Web-Site Created 2009 July 20)

The Challenger Disaster Viewed at Pittsburgh’s Buhl Planetarium
A Personal Remembrance From 20 Years Ago By Glenn A. Walsh (2006 January)

(Web-Site Created 2006 January 27)

Public Observing Sessions of Transit of Venus Across Front of Sun - Pittsburgh: 2004, 2012
[Web-Site Created 2004 October 24 (2004); 2012 May 9 (2012)]

History of Radio Station WLCR-AM Carrier Current Lewisburg / White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia U.S.A. and The Radio Group
(Web-Site Created 2001 August 12)

History of Camp Shaw-Mi-Del-Eca, Lewisburg/White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia U.S.A.
(Web-Site Created 2001 August 12)

History of The Duquesne Incline, Pittsburgh
(Web-Site Created 1998 February 24)

Photographs of Subway Tunnel Under Construction
Under Allegheny River from Pittsburgh's Downtown to North Side

(Web-Site Created 2009 January 21)

History of Pittsburgh Commuter Rail Service:
Monongahela Valley Commuter Rail Service - The PATrain

(Web-Site Created 2009 January 7)

Pittsburgh-Area Astronauts
(Web-Site Created 2005 March 7)

Astronomer, Educator, and Maker of Telescopes and Precise Scientific Instruments, Dr. John A. Brashear (1840 to 1920)
(Web-Site Created 1999 June 26)

History of Andrew Carnegie and Carnegie Libraries (Andrew Carnegie: 1835 to 1919)
(Web-Site Created 2000 August 4)

History of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall, Carnegie, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
(Web-Site Created 1995 November)

Richard H. Emmons (1919 to 2005), Small Planetarium Pioneer
(Web-Site Created 2006 April 5)

History of Industrialist, Art Patron, and Philanthropist Henry Clay Frick (1849 to 1919)
(Web-Site Created 2001 July 12)

Astronomer Catherina Elisabetha Koopman Hevelius (1647 to 1693)
(Web-Site Created 2002)

James E. Keeler (1857 to 1900), Director of Allegheny Observatory and Director of Lick Observatory
(Web-Site Created 2002)

Samuel Pierpont Langley (1834 to 1906), First Academic Allegheny Observatory Director, Third Smithsonian Institution Secretary
(Web-Site Created 2001)

Leo J. Scanlon (1903 to 1999), Co-Founder of the Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh (1929), Producer of World's First All-Aluminum Astronomical Observatory Dome (1930), First Buhl Planetarium Lecturer (1939)
(Web-Site Created 2002)

The Art of Eleanor Walsh Perrine (1931 to 2009)
(Web-Site Created 2014 June 1)

John D. Weinhold (1929 to 2011), Amateur Astronomer, Transportation Planner, Community Activist, & Professional Clown
(Web-Site Created 2011 May 16)

Library Science

History of Andrew Carnegie and Carnegie Libraries (Andrew Carnegie: 1835 to 1919)
(Web-Site Created 2000 August 4)

History of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall, Carnegie, Pennsylvania U.S.A.
(Web-Site Created 1995 November)

Blog: LibraryWatchtower
(Web-Site Created 2016 August 18)

Summer Camps

History of Camp Shaw-Mi-Del-Eca, Lewisburg/White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia U.S.A.
(Web-Site Created 2001 August 12)

History of Radio Station WLCR-AM Carrier Current Lewisburg / White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia U.S.A. and The Radio Group
(Web-Site Created 2001 August 12)

Memorial Pages for Kent C. Hoffman (1948 to 2020)
and Charles H. Hoffman (1918 to 2019)
A Family Tradition of Science

(Web-Site Created 2021 May 26)

Transportation

History of The Duquesne Incline, Pittsburgh
(Web-Site Created 1998 February 24)

Photographs of Subway Tunnel Under Construction
Under Allegheny River from Pittsburgh's Downtown to North Side

(Web-Site Created 2009 January 21)

History of Pittsburgh Commuter Rail Service:
Monongahela Valley Commuter Rail Service - The PATrain

(Web-Site Created 2009 January 7)

Proposed Commuter Rail Service:
Oakland and Nearby Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

(Web-Site Created 2009 January 7)

Blog: TransportWatchtower
(Web-Site Created 2017 April 9)

Web-Blog Sites

Blog: SpaceWatchtower
(Web-Site Created 2011 November 9)

Blog: LibraryWatchtower
(Web-Site Created 2016 August 18)

Blog: TransportWatchtower
(Web-Site Created 2017 April 9)

Micro-Blog - Twitter: SpaceWatchtower
(Web-Site Created 2011 September)

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