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Artist, author, educator, and inventor, Bob Crelin has spent most of his life exploring the creative boundaries of our modern world. His writing and design work often reflects his long-time interest in amateur astronomy. In 2004, Bob received the Astronomical League’s Walter Scott Houston Award for his education work and public outreach. Bob’s first book, There Once was a Sky Full of Stars (Sky) has become a learning resource for outreach in the International Year of Astronomy 2009.

By Bob Crelin on September 24, 2009 in

Date: September 24, 2009 Title: Faces of the Moon Podcaster: Bob Crelin Organization: Crelin Creative, Bob Crelin/author Watch a video interview of Bob about his book from WFSB TV. Description: In our modern times, the word “astronomical” is often used to describe things that are dauntingly large, or difficult to comprehend. To the average […]