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Past Recipients of the Klumpke-Roberts Award

Year

Medalist

2011

Paul Davies (Arizona State University)

2010

Marcia Bartusiak (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

2009

Isabel Hawkins (Center for Science Education at the Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley)

2008

Dava Sobel, East Hampton, New York

2007

Noreen A Grice (You Can Do Astronomy LLC and Museum of Science, Boston, USA)

2006

Jeffrey Rosendhal (NASA, retired)

2005

Jeff Goldstein ( Challenger Center for Space Science Education)

2004

Seth Shostak (SETI Institute)

2003

Hubble Heritage Project, Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

2002

Don Davis (Space Artist) and Jon Lomberg (Space Artist)

2001

Sandi Preston (McDonald Observatory's StarDate)

2000

Jack Horkheimer (TV Astronomy Personality/Planetarium Director)

1999

Stephen P. Maran (AAS Press Office)

1998

Julieta Fierro (astronomer, educator, lecturer & author)

1997

Franklyn M. Branley (planetarium director)

1996

Terence Dickinson (author, editor)

1995

Heidi Hammel (astronomer, lecturer)

1994

Andrew Fraknoi (educator, lecturer, and former ASP executive director)

1993

David Morrison (author and astronomer)

1992

Philip Morrison (author, TV host, physics educator)

1991

Richard Berry (editor) and the staff of Astronomy Magazine

1990

Donald Goldsmith (astronomer, book and television author)

1989

E.C. Krupp (author, TV host, planetarium director)

1988

Joseph Chamberlain (planetarium director)

1987

The Editors of Sky and Telescope Magazine

1986

Timothy Ferris (science writer and author)

1985

James Stokley (science writer and planetarium director)

1984

Deborah Byrd (writer, radio producer) and the Stardate radio program

1983

Helen Sawyer Hogg (astronomer and newspaper columnist)

1982

Bart J. Bok (astronomer, lecturer, and author)

1981

Dietrick Thomsen (science writer and editor for Science News)

1980

Walter Sullivan (science writer and editor for the New York Times)

1979

William Kaufmann III (astronomer, lecturer, author)

1978

Patrick Moore (author, TV program host)

1977

Sir Fred Hoyle (astronomer, lecturer, author)

1976

Chesley Bonestell (artist)

1975

Isaac Asimov (science writer and prolific author)

1974

Carl Sagan (astronomer, lecturer, author)