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Past Amateur Achievement Winners

 

Designed to "recognize significant contributions to astronomy or amateur astronomy by those not employed in the field of astronomy in a professional capacity."

Year
Name
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2006
Czech Republic
Visual and CCD Observations of Variable Stars/Comets
2005 Tim Hunter Tucson, Arizona Light Pollution
2004
United Kingdom
Imaging and Image Processing
2003 Kyle E. Smalley Cambridge, Massachusetts Near-Earth Asteroids
2001
Sumoto, Japan
Computing Comet Orbits
2000
Stittsville, Ontario
Deep Sky Imaging/Hyakutake
1999
Warren Offutt
Cloudcroft, NM
Transneptunian Objects
1998
Albert F.A.L. Jones
New Zealand
Variable Stars/Comets
1997
Edward A. Halbach
Estes Park, CO
Variable Stars/Occultations
1996
M. Daniel Overbeek
Edenvale, South Africa
Variable Stars
1995
Donald Parker
Coral Gables, FL
Planetary Imaging
1994
Walter Haas
Las Cruces, NM
ALPO Founder
1993
David Levy
Tucson, AZ
Comets
1992
Richard & Helen Lines
Phoenix, AZ
Photoelectric Photometry of Variable Stars
1991
Otto Kippes
Wuxburg, Germany
Asteroid Orbits
1990
Oscar Monnig
Fort Worth, TX
Meteorites
1989
Paul Baize
Gouville-Sur-Mer, France
Double Stars
1988
Jack Newton
Victoria, BC, Canada
Astrophotography
1987
Clinton Ford
Wilton, CT
Variable Stars
1986
Jean Meeus
Erps-Kwerps, Belgium
Computational Astronomy
1985
Gregg Thompson & Robert Evans
Springwood, Australia & Hazelbrook, Australia
Supernovae
1984
Russell Genet
Fairborn, OH
Photoelectric Photometry
1983
J.U. Gunter
Durham, NC
Asteroids
1982
Ben Mayer
Los Angeles, CA
Problicom
1981
George Alcock
Peterborough, England
Novae/Comets
1980
Frank Bateson
Greerton, New Zealand
Variable Stars
1979
James McMahon
Ridgecrest, CA
Occultations
 
 
 
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