eclipses, comets, meteors, aurorae
. . . and U F Os, seen in Jamaican skies
I don't know much of what the Taino, the Spaniards, the early English settlers, saw in the sky, but by the 19th century the accounts of strange and interesting sightings certainly increased!
Daily Gleaner, Tuesday May 17, 1921
A Jamaican astronomer
Mercedes T. Richards, Professor of Astronomy, earned her doctorate in 1986 at the University of Toronto. Born in Jamaica, her many publications have discussed Doppler tomography, close interacting binaries, circumstellar gas flows, optical and ultraviolet spectroscopy, and the magnetic activity of cool stars.
A belgian astronomer in jamaica
Jean Charles Houzeau was a Belgian astronomer who lived in Jamaica from 1868 to 1876
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