Jun 24th: From Galileo to the 20th Century

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Podcaster: David Schultz

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Title: Andromeda Galaxy and the Rise of Modern Astronomy: From Galileo to the 20th Century

Organization: Hamline University

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Andromeda galaxy changed the way humanity thought about the universe and our role in it.  From 1600 with the invention of the telescope to the use of photography and spectroscopy by 1900,  the study of Andromeda and questions about what it was helped change astronomy from mythology into a modern science of astrophysics. 

Bio:  David Schultz is a Hamline University Professor in Saint Paul, Minnesota.  He is the author of more than 35 books including Andromeda Galaxy and the Rise of Modern Astronomy.

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