Origins of the Expanding Universe: Participants

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  1. Fred Adams (University of Michigan)
    Title: The FUTURE History of Cosmic Expansion (and constituent astrophysical objects)

  2. Daniel Armstrong (Deakin University and RMIT University)
    Title (Art): Spectral Shifts

  3. Lucia Ayala (University of Applied Arts, Vienna)
    Title: Space, time and structure: galactic redshifts in a historical context

  4. Drew Barringer (Lowell Observatory)
  5. Antoinette Beiser (Lowell Observatory)
  6. Ari Belenkiy (British Columbia Institute of Technology)
    Title: The Big Bang and Accelerating Universe: Alexander Friedman and the Origin of Modern Cosmology

  7. Bob Birket (Mesa, AZ)
  8. Anita Bjorklund (Flagstaff, AZ)
  9. Paul Bjorklund (Flagstaff, AZ)
  10. Greg Bothun (University of Oregon)
    Title: Cosmological Models: Tenacious Myths and Epicycles

  11. Klaus Brasch (Flagstaff, AZ)
  12. John Briggs (HUT Observatory)
    Title: A Forgotten Small Telescope that Inspired the Discovery of Galaxies

  13. Joyce Browning (Flagstaff, AZ)
  14. Representative Tom Chabin (AZ State Representative)
  15. G. Kent Colbath (GKC Geoscience, Flagstaff, AZ)
  16. Peter Coles (Cardiff University, UK)
    Title: Einstein, Eddington and the 1919 Eclipse Expeditions

  17. Frederick Dennstedt (Flagstaff, AZ)
  18. Luisa Dennstedt (Flagstaff, AZ)
  19. David DeVorkin (Smithsonian Institution)
    Title: Henry Norris Russell: A Loyal Lowellian?

  20. Sue Durling (Flagstaff, AZ)
  21. Richard Ellis (Caltech)
    Title: A Century of Redshift Surveys: Past, Present and Future

  22. John Evelan (SKYPi Observatory)
  23. John Farrell (Forbes Media)
    Title: Georges Lemaitre: A Personal Profile

  24. Joseph Foy (Arizona State University)
  25. Matt Francis (Prescott Observatory)
  26. Ken Freeman (Mount Stromlo Observatory)
    Title: Slipher and the Nature of the Nebulae

  27. Owen Gingerich (Center for Astrophysics)
    Title: The Critical Role of Russell's Diagram

  28. Karl Glazebrook (Swinburne University)
  29. Jeff Hall (Lowell Observatory)
  30. Scott Harger (Coconino NRCD)
  31. Mary Kay Hemenway (University of Texas)
  32. Deidre Hunter (Lowell Observatory)
  33. Chris Impey (University of Arizona)
    Title: A Century of Galaxy Redshifts - From a Few Dozen to Millions

  34. Emir Karamehmetoglu (Columbia University)
  35. Don Lago (Flagstaff, AZ)
    Title: Edwin Hubble's Silence

  36. Bruce Lieberman (Carlsbad, CA)
  37. Nathan Mamo (St. Gall Catholic Church)
  38. Joseph Marcus (St. Lous, Missouri)
    Title (Poster): Another Underappreciated Lowell Observatory Achievement: The First Infrared Observation of a Comet

  39. Philip Massey (Lowell Observatory)
  40. Bill McDonald (Prescott Astronomy Club, Lowell Observatory)
  41. Robert Morgan (Arizona State University)
  42. Harry Nussbaumer (Institute of Astronomy, ETH Zurich)
    Title: Slipher's redshifts as support for de Sitter's universe?

  43. Andy Odell (Flagstaff, AZ)
  44. Cormac O'Rafferty (Waterford Institute of Technology)
    Title: Who discovered the expanding universe?

  45. Joe Patterson (Columbia University)

  46. John Peacock (University of Edinburgh)
    Title: Slipher, galaxies and cosmic velocity fields

  47. William Putnam (Lowell Observatory)
    Title: An Apology

  48. John Radway (Wickenburg, AZ)
    Title: Zeitgeist

  49. James Roberts (Pheonix, AZ)
  50. Julio Saucedo-Morales (Universidad de Sonora)
  51. Kevin Schindler (Lowell Observatory)
    Title: Serendipity and the Acquisition of the Lowell Spectrograph

  52. Cynthia Schnitzer (Prescott Astronomy Club)
  53. Russell Schnitzer (Prescott Astronomy Club)
  54. Geoffrey Slipher (Great-grandson of VM; US Army Research Laboratory)

  55. Robert Smith (University of Alberta)
    Title: V.M. Slipher: Master of the Spectrograph

  56. Dava Sobel (East Hampton, NY)
  57. Matthew Stanley (New York University)
    Title: The Varieties of Universal Expansion: Eddington and the Big Bang

  58. Joseph S. Tenn (Sonoma State University)
    Title: What Else Did V.M. Slipher Do?

  59. Laird Thompson (University of Illinois)
    Title: Vesto Slipher and the development of nebular spectrographs

  60. William Tifft (Steward Observatory)
    Title (Poster ): The Nature of the Redshift

  61. Helena Uthas (Columbia University)
  62. Michael Way (Goddard Institute for Space Studies)
    Title: The Dismantling of Hubble's Legacy

  63. Donna Weistrop (Lowell Observatory)

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