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Martin Ratcliffe
Martin Ratcliffe is President, International Planetarium Society (2001-2002) and Director of Theatres and Media Services at Exploration Place and has been involved in all aspects of program development for the Boeing Cyberdome Theater and the Simulation Center. The CyberDome theater continues development of fully interactive shows in immersive domed theatres. Prior to moving to Wichita, he directed the Buhl Planetarium at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA from 1991 to 1997. Martin co-developed the world's first interactive Planetarium in Armagh, N. Ireland. Martin is also an accomplished writer and monthly columnist for the national magazine, "Astronomy". He also films total eclipses of the Sun for television, and enjoys astrophotography. He is a past Council member of the British Astronomical Association. He earned his Bachelor's of Science degree from University College London (England) in Astronomy. Martin is adjunct professor of Astronomy at Baker University in Wichita, Kansas.
Articles Written By Martin Ratcliffe
Astronomy 1st-April-2005 How do you read the stars?
Astronomy 1st-October-2003 Keeping your eyes on the skies
Astronomy 1st-April-2003 forever
Astronomy 4th-November-2011 Solar Wind
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