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Laura Danly



Laura Danly, Ph.D. is an American astronomer and academic. Currently, Danly serves as Curator at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. Prior to her current positions, she served as chair of the Department of Space Sciences at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Previously, Danly held academic posts at the University of Denver (where she served as assistant professor), and at Pomona College (where she served as visiting assistant professor). In these positions, she developed curricula focusing on astronomy, archaeoastronomy, solar physics, astrophotography and astrobiology. Danly spent several years at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, where she held a variety of...

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RT @AllSpaceCnsdrd: Dr. Laura Danly and @StoryMusgrave after his talk @GriffithObserv #Hubble25. See the talks at ht…

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Looking Up – Bob Eklund | Culver City Crossroads
7:30 – 8:45 p.m. PDT: Griffith Observatory Curator Dr. Laura Danly and Griffith Observatory Director Dr. E. C. Krupp show the latest images of Pluto from New Horizons and illustrate Pluto's impact on culture from its discovery until now.
Author: Judith  (2 Jul 2015)
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The Monday night party was staged by the Friends of the Observatory (Mark and I are proud members of FOTO), and featured a wonderful discussion about astronomy through the years led by Dr. Laura Danly (Griffith Observatory Curator), ...
Author: C.C. Petersen  (15 May 2015)
Event 3: "Light of the Valkyries" - AmandalDESMA9 - Blogger
Dr. Laura Danly, curator at the observatory, stated during the show that the planetarium show “has evolved”, because “technologies have made what we can do in a theater like this so much greater”. Her statement is the epitome of illustrating ...
Author: ALJM (Amanda Lim Jin Mei)  (9 May 2015)

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