He started with his observations of double stars in 1925. Between 1933 and 1971 he was allowed to observe from the Paris Observatory. He made 20,044 measures over 47 years. Since 1954 he often published at the International Astronomical Union Commission 26 Information Circular, the last contribution sending in 1993, when he was 92 years old.
- French astronomers, visual double stars and the double stars working group of the Société Astronomique de France
- IAU Commission 26 Information Circular No. 121
- The Colours of Double Stars
- Amateur Achievement Award winners
Jack B. Newton
|Amateur Achievement Award of Astronomical Society of the Pacific
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