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“Shakespeare and the Scientific Revolution of the Sixteenth Century: Telescopy and the Hamlet Allegory.” Paper presented at the History of Science Society, November 5, 2016.

“Lancelot’s Nosebleed.” Notes & Queries 261:3, 419–20, 2016.

Shakespeare and Saturn: Accounting for Appearances (New York: Peter Lang, 2015) 243 pp.

“Thomas Digges’ Perception of Stellar Sizes and Distances.” Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 108:5, 200/205–207, 2014.

Documentary on Shakespeare and Science, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, April 14, 2014. www.cbc.ca/ideas/episodes/2014/04/14/the-science-of-shakespeare/

“Renormalized Coordinate Stretching: A Generalization of Shoot and Fit with Application to Stellar Structure.” International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics 3:3, 353–361, 2013.

“Kepler’s Supernova and Shakespeare’s All’s Well.” Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 107:3, 103–105, 2013.

Shakespeare and the Dawn of Modern Science (Amherst, NY: Cambria, 2010) 410 pp.

“Shakespeare and Elizabethan Telescopy.” Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 103:1, 16–21, 2009.

“Hawk and Handsaw.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society (BAAS) 40:2, 273, 2008.

Hamlet’s Universe (San Diego: Aventine, 2006/7) 237 pp.

“Hamlet's Love Letter and the New Philosophy.” The Oxfordian 8, 93–109, 2005.

“Comets to Quasars: Surface photometry from standard stars and the morphology of the galaxy–quasar Interface.” In Asteroids to Quasars ed. Phyllis M. Lugger (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004).

“An Answer to ‘A Poetic Challenge?’” Astronomy and Geophysics 45:3, 6, 2004.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude. VIII. Performance Characteristics of the US Survey” (with K.J. Mitchell). Astrophysical Journal Supplement 153, 119–157, 2004.

“Galileo’s Telescopy and Jupiter’s Tablet.” BAAS 35:5, 1258, 2003.

“Jupiter and Cymbeline.” The Shakespeare Newsletter 53:1, 7–12, 2003.

“The US and other Optically Selected Bright QSO Samples” (with K.J. Mitchell). IAU Colloquium 184: AGN Surveys; Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series 284, 53–58, 2002.

“New Light on the Elizabethan World View” (with J.S. Best, S.A. Maene). Shakespeare & Renaissance Association of West Virginia Selected Papers 25, 51–57, 2002.

“Shakespeare's Support for the New Astronomy.” The Oxfordian 5, 132–146, 2002.

Letter to the Editor. The Shakespeare Newsletter 51:4, 82, 2001/2002.

“Sixteenth Century Astronomical Telescopy.” BAAS 33:4, 1363, 2001.

“Copernicus's Neglected Successor” (with J.S. Best, S.A. Maene). Mercury Magazine 30:5, 38–40, 2001.

“Advances in the Hamlet Cosmic Allegory.” The Oxfordian 4, 25–49, 2001.

“Hamlet's Transformation.” A Groat's Worth of Wit 11:3, 39–51, 2000.

“The US Survey and the Incidence of Bright Quasars” (with K.J. Mitchell). Astronomical Journal 120, 1683–1690, 2000.

“The Incidence of Sixteenth-Century Cosmic Models in Modern Texts” (with S.A. Maene, J.S. Best) BAAS 31:3, 1530, 1999.

“Hamlet's Transformation.” Elizabethan Review 7:1, 48–64, 1999.

“Ruin and Revolution in Hamlet.” BAAS 31:3, 871, 1999.

“Harriot, Digges, and the Ghost in Hamlet.” BAAS 30, 1428, 1998.

Amleto e l'Universo infinito.” Giornale di Astronomia 24:3, 27–30, 1998.

“La Visione del Cosmo di William Shakespeare.” Giornale di Astronomia 24:1, 26–31, 1998.

 “Hamlet’s Transformation.” BAAS 29:5, 1262, 1997.

“Hamlet and the Infinite Universe.” Research Penn State 18:3, 6–7, 1997.

“Shakespeare's Cosmic World View.” Mercury Magazine 26:1, 20–23, 1997.

 “US3215: an Active gE2 Galaxy” (with Steve Howell and 4 others). Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (PASP) 109, 1149–1153, 1997.

“The Galaxy–Quasar Transition Zone for 1.2–m Schmidt Cameras” (with W. Boos, M.M. Chester) BAAS 28:4, 1321, 1996.

“A New Reading of Shakespeare's Hamlet.” BAAS 28:4, 1305, 1996.

“A New Reading of Shakespeare's Hamlet.” Public Radio International, Wisconsin Public Radio “To the Best of our Knowledge” Segment 3, August 4, 1996.

“Astronomy and Shakespeare's Hamlet.” BAAS 28:2, 859, 1996.

“Optical Morphology of Bright Quasars on 1.2m Schmidt Cameras” (with D. Fabian). Astronomical Journal 111, 645–649, 1996.

“A New Reading of Shakespeare's King John.” BAAS 27:4, 1352, 1995.

“The Morphological Selection Criterion of the US Survey” (with K.J. Mitchell, K-L. Huang) BAAS 27:2, 846, 1995.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude. VII. Spectroscopy of narrow-line Objects and the Morphology of the Hubble Diagram” (with K.J. Mitchell, K-L. Huang). Astrophysical Journal 454, 654–659, 1995.

“The Extragalactic Nature of XX Ceti and US3215” (with S.B. Howell). PASP 105, 383–386, 1993.

“Comets to Quasars: Surface Photometry from Standard Stars, and the Morphology of the Galaxy–Quasar Interface.” Asteroids to Quasars (ed. P. Lugger). (Cambridge: CUP, 1991) 53–64.

“The Universe of Quasars: Census vs. Consensus.” Astronomical Society of New York Newsletter III:8, 5–17, 1990.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude. VI. Palomar Schmidt Field Centered on Selected Area 82” (with K.J. Mitchell). Astrophysical Journal Supplement 74, 885–889, 1990.

“A Search for Optical Variability in the Medium-Bright Quasar Sample” (with K-L. Huang, K.J. Mitchell) BAAS 22, 757, 1990.

“Optical Variability of the Medium-Bright Quasar Sample” (with K-L. Huang, K.J. Mitchell). Astrophysical Journal 362, 33–37, 1990.

“Photometric Theory for Wide-Angle Phenomena.” Icarus 86, 93–99, 1990.

“Theory of wide-angle photometry from standard stars.” Washington, DC: NASA NAG 5–361, 1989.

“Spectrophotometric Observations of the US Catalogs: MBQS Quasar Surface Densities in the Range B = 16.0 to 18.25 mags” (with K.J. Mitchell). Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series 2, 56–60, 1988.

“La Visione del Cosmo di William Shakespeare.” Giornale di Astronomia 24:1, 26–31, 1988.

Amleto e l’Universo infinito.” Giornale di Astronomia 24:3, 27–30, 1988.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude. V. Palomar Schmidt Field Centered on Selected Area 71” (with K.J. Mitchell, A. Warnock). Astrophysical Journal Supplement 66, 1–18, 1988.

“The US Survey for Faint Blue Objects” (with K.J. Mitchell, S.B. Howell). IAU Colloquium No. 95, 'The Second Conference on Faint Blue Stars' (eds. A.G.D. Philip, D.S. Hayes, J.W. Liebert) 513–516, 1987.

“Surface Brightnesses from Standard Stars with Wide-field Cameras” (with S. Speck, D. Klinglesmith III, M.B. Niedner, Jr. BAAS 19, 684, 1987.

“Surface Densities of Quasars and Hot Evolved Stars Isolated from the US Catalogs” (with K.J. Mitchell, S.B. Howell, A. Warnock III) BAAS 19, 720, 1987.

“Surface Brightnesses from Standard Stars with Wide-field Cameras” (with 3 others). BAAS 19, 684, 1987.

“On the Completeness of a Sample of Bright Quasars Selected by Colour Excess in the Direction of the North Galactic Pole” (with A. Warnock, K.J. Mitchell, S.B. Howell). Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 218, 445–451, 1986.

“On the Problem of Standard Stars, Extinction, and the Photometric Zero-Point of Uncalibrated Photographic Plates.” Proceedings of the International Topical Meeting 'Image Detection and Quality', Paris, France, July 16–18, 1986. SPIE Proceedings. 702, 387–390, 1986.

"Comet Bulletin" ## 1–28, 1985/6. AP, UPI; 38 or more newspapers.

Reviews: “The Newtonian Revolution” (I. Bernard Cohen); “In the Presence of the Creator” (Gale E. Christianson); “Never at Rest: A Biography of Isaac Newton” (Richard S. Westfall); Sky and Telescope 69, 226–227, 1985.

“Variable Blue Objects in Kapteyn Selected Area 94” (with K-L. Huang). Acta Astronomica Sinica 25, 321–324, 1984.

“A Medium-Bright Quasar Sample: New Quasar Surface Densities in the Magnitude Range 16.4 to 17.65” (with K.J. Mitchell, A. Warnock). Astrophysical Journal Letters 287, L3–7, 1984.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude. IV. Palomar Schmidt Fields Centered on Selected Areas 55 and 94” (with K-L. Huang). Astrophysical Journal Supplement 56, 393–401, 1984.

“Surface Density of Quasars in Two High Latitude Fields” (with R.F. Green, K-L. Huang, A. Warnock). Proceedings of the 24th Astrophysical Colloquium (ed. J.P. Swings). (Liege: Universite de Liege, 1983) 245–249.

“Spectroscopy of Variable Blue Stellar Objects” (with R.F. Green, A. Warnock). Astrophysical Journal 269, 73–80, 1983.

“Low Frequency Asymptotic Spectra of Multiple Decelerating Adiabatic Bursts” (with K-L. Huang, K.J. Mitchell, J.T. Pollock). Astrophysical Journal 264, 451–457, 1983.

“Spectroscopy of Variable Blue Objects” (with A. Warnock, R.F. Green) BAAS 14, 963, 1982.

“A List of Ultraviolet-Excess Galaxies” (with K.J. Mitchell, L.E. Brotzman, A. Warnock). Astrophysics and Space Science 88, 219–242, 1982.

“The Radio and Optical Properties of a Complete Sample of Optically Identified Quasars” (with J.J. Condon, K.J. Mitchell) BAAS 14, 910, 1982.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude. III. Palomar Schmidt Field Centered on Selected Area 28” (with K.J. Mitchell). Astrophysical Journal Supplement 49, 27–52, 1982.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude. II. Palomar Schmidt Field Centered on Selected Area 29” (with D. Mattson, A. Warnock). Astrophysical Journal Supplement 48, 41–71, 1982.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude. I. Palomar Schmidt Field Centered on Selected Area 57.” Astrophysical Journal Supplement 46, 117–139, 1981.

“Radio Spectral Envelopes: Theoretical Multiple Adiabatic Bursts” (with K.J. Mitchell). Astronomical Journal 86, 625–638, 1981.

Reseau Astrometry with Palomar Schmidt Plates: Position-Coincidence Optical Identification of Radio Sources” (with K.J. Mitchell, J.J. Condon, A. Warnock). PASP, 642–654, 1981.

Reseau Astrometry with Palomar Schmidt Plates: A Two-Way Analysis of Variance” (with A. Warnock). PASP, 655–657, 1981.

Reseau Astrometry with Palomar Schmidt Plates” (with A. Warnock). PASP, 799–802, 1980.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude: Summary of Four Palomar Schmidt Fields” (with A. Warnock, III, R.F. Green). BAAS 13, 800, 1981.

“Radio Observations of a New Class of Optically Selected Quasi-Stellar Objects” (with J.J. Condon, M.A. Condon, K.J. Mitchell). Astrophysical Journal 242, 486–491, 1980.

LaCaille at the Cape.” Astronomy Quarterly 3, 185–190, 1980.

“Astronomy and the Canons of Hermeneutics.” Astronomy Quarterly 3, 115–124, 171–184, 1980.

“BL Lacertae Objects: The Case for Synchronous Optical–Radio Outbursts in OJ 287.” Astronomical Journal 84, 1253–1269, 1979.

“Annual Report to Director Hale Observatories” (with 24 others) 788, 1979.

“Photometric Distance Estimates of BL Lacertae Objects and the Radio Color-Magnitude Diagram.” Proceedings of the Pittsburgh Conference on BL Lacertae Objects (ed. A.M. Wolfe). (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh, 1978) 197–203.

“Variable Quasi-stellar Objects: II. Photometry and Completeness of Faint Blue Objects in the SandageLuyten Survey Field 15:10 +24” (with K.J. Mitchell). Astrophysical Journal 223, 1–12, 1978.

“Variable Quasi-stellar Objects. I. Photometry and Completeness of Faint Blue Objects in the SandageLuyten Survey Field 8:48 +18.” Astrophysical Journal 222, 40–53, 1978.

“Recent Photometry of OJ 287” (with 4 others) International Bulletin of Variable Stars 1441, 1, 1978.

“Photometry and Variability of LB Objects in the 15h SandageLuyten Survey Field” (with K.J. Mitchell). BAAS 9, 322, 1977.

“A Comparison of Some Radio and Optical Properties of Quasi-stellar and BL Lacertae Objects.” Astrophysical Journal Letters 198, L57–L60, 1975.

“Coordinate Stretching and Interface Location. III. A General Relaxation Method with Application to Composite Polytropes” (with D.L. Hall). Journal of Computational Physics 15, 345–361, 1974.

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“Photometry of Compact Galaxies” (with B.S.P. Shen, J.W. Barrett). Astrophysical Journal 171, 457–462, 1972.

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DIGITAL STORAGE

 

“Ultraviolet-excess Galaxies.” (Mitchell et al.). VizieR On-line Data Catalog: VII/63, 2015.

“Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude.” VizieR On-line Data Catalog: II/115A, 2007.

Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude.” VizieR On-line Data Catalog: J/ApJS/153/119, 2004.

 Faint Blue Objects at High Galactic Latitude: a machine readable version.” Astronomical Data Center Bulletin 1:3, 195–205, 1983.

 

RELATED BOOKS AND PRESS REPORTS

 

Kennedy, Paul. http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/Ideas/ID/2624210561/ “The Science of Shakespeare,” 2014.

Falk, Dan. The Science of Shakespeare (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2014).

–––––. “Shakespeare: poet, playwright, scientist.” New Scientist 19 April 2014, 41–42.

Falk, Dan, and Steve Mirsky. http://www.scientificamerican.com/author/dan-falk/ “Shakespeare and Science: Parts 1 and 2,” 2014.

“William Shakespeare, the ‘king of infinite space’.” The Telegraph (London), January 27, 2014.

Condie, Bill. “Shakespeare and the Stars.” Cosmos (Australia), issue 52, 2013.

“Hamlet was een astronoom.” De Standard (Brussels) February 10, 1997.

“Was Hamlet’s Anguish written in the Stars?” Boston Globe February 3, 1997.

“Hamlet tussen de sterre.” de Volkskrant (Utrecht), January 25, 1997.

“Science Update.” The Dallas Morning News. January 20, 1997.

“Is Shakespeare’s Hamlet an astronomical cosmology?” The Globe and Mail (Toronto) January 18, 1997.

“Astronomer discovers cast of stars hidden in Hamlet.” The Times (London) January 14, 1997.

“Astronomer says Hamlet was written in the stars.” The Daily Telegraph (London) January 14, 1997.

“Shakespeare saw Hamlet written in the stars, professor says.” The Ottawa Citizen January 14, 1997.

“Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’ a cosmic allegory.” Reuters Financial Service, January 13, 1997.