Star People

Reeves, Robert
December 2007
Amateur Astronomy Magazine;Winter2007, Issue 56, p17
The article focuses on Steven Orlando, a science teacher in Long Island, New York, and his interest in astronomy. In order to receive his teaching certification in High School Earth Science in New York, Orlando took four astronomy classes including planetary science, solar system astronomy, space science laboratory and stellar astronomy. His specialized area is astroimaging. He believes astronomy and astrophotography has enhanced his life.


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