Talk:A. David Andrews

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General Huh?![edit]

Enigmatic! There is a A. D. Andrews that discovered the asteroid 1727 Mette naming it after his wife. At Bloemfontein. There is a Dr. A. D. Andrews at the Armagh Observatory [1] in Northern Ireland. This Dr. wrote boox on spectroscopy[2]. He (they?) is allegedly Irish. Is it the same man? Is he alive? Said: Rursus 07:26, 26 June 2008 (UTC)

HERE everything about Dr. A. D. Andrews, telescope making, flare star studies and asteroid discoveries. Said: Rursus 07:40, 26 June 2008 (UTC)

Maybe split[edit]

The second para is about Boyden Observatory. Besides having been active there, the connexion to exactly flare star expert and asteroid discoverer Dr. A. D. Andrews is unclear, so it's probable the article will be split, unless it can be shown that Dr. Andrews actually administered the creation of Boyden Observatory. To be read: HERE. Said: Rursus 07:51, 26 June 2008 (UTC)

And maybe also an article on GC 7066, if this star is actually noteworthy· Said: Rursus 07:59, 26 June 2008 (UTC)