About the Authors
After becoming a member of The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada in the 1960s, Terence Dickinson worked as a staff astronomer at two major planetariums. In 1994, he cofounded SkyNews, Canada’s astronomy magazine. He has received major awards, among them the Royal Canadian Institute’s Sandford Fleming Medal and the Order of Canada (OC), He and his wife Susan live under the rural skies of eastern Ontario.
Alan Dyer is now happily retired from many rewarding years producing planetarium shows for the theatres in Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Calgary, Canada. A former editor on staff with Astronomy magazine in the early 1990s, Dyer is a regular contributor to SkyNews, Canada’s stargazing magazine, and also to Sky & Telescope. He is the author of several ebooks, including How to Photograph and Process Nightscapes and Time-Lapses. The main belt asteroid 78434 is named for him.
Ken Hewitt-White developed a passion for astronomy as a child and has been observing the night sky ever since. Following a 20-year career as a show producer at Vancouver’s MacMillan Planetarium, Ken turned to writing full time. His award-winning work includes a documentary TV series, two books and countless magazine articles. Ken and his wife Lynda live in southwestern British Columbia, close to the mountains where they go stargazing every summer.
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