Notable Women in the Physical Sciences: A Biographical Dictionary

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on to other people, that is, the true pleasure of figuring something out, not necessarily for the first time ever, but the first time for themselves."

"This," she believes, "should be shared." 15


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1.
Catharine D. Garmany, "Stellar Associations, OB-Type," in The Astronomy and Astrophysics Encyclopedia, ed. Stephen P. Maran ( New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992), p. 825.
2.
Catharine Garmany, telephone conversation with Janet Owens, July 12, 1995.
4.
Kevin McKean, "Whiz Kids in the Fast Lane," Discover 4, no. 5 ( May 1983): 21.
5.
Garmany, telephone conversation.
6.
Catharine D. Garmany, "A Spectroscopic Study of the OB Association III Cepheus," Ph.D. dissertation, University of Virginia, 1971.
7.
Garmany, telephone conversation.
8.
Dorrit Hoffleit, "Cannon, Annie Jump," in Notable American Women, 1607- 1950: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Edward T. James ( Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1971), Vol. 1, p. 283.
9.
Garmany, telephone conversation.
10.
Catharine D. Garmany, letter to the AAUW Educational Foundation Programs, Annie J. Cannon Award Committee, August 15, 1977.
11.
Garmany, telephone conversation.
12.
Garmany, letter to AAUW.
13.
Catharine D. Garmany, letter to Janet Owens, July 11, 1995.
14.
Garmany, telephone conversation.

Bibliography

American Men and Women of Science, 1995-96, 8 vols. 19th ed. New Providence, N.J.: R.R. Bowker, 1994.

Fitzpatrick Edward L., and Catharine D. Garmany. "The H-R Diagram of the Large Magellanic Cloud and Implications for Stellar Evolution." Astrophysical Journal 363 ( November 1, 1990): 119-130.

Garmany Catharine D., and P. S. Conti. "Mass Loss in O-Type Stars: Parameters Which Affect It." Astrophysical Journal 284 ( September 15, 1984): 705-711.

Garmany Catharine D., Peter S. Conti, and C. Chiosi. "The Initial Mass Function for Massive Stars." Astrophysical Journal 263 ( December 15, 1982): 777-790.

Garmany Catharine D., Philip Massey, and Joel William Parker. "The OB Association LH 58 in the Large Magellanic Cloud." Astronomical journal 108 ( October 1994): 1256-1265.

Garmany Catharine D., et al. "Mass Loss Rates from O-Stars in OB Associations." Astrophysical Journal 250 ( November 15, 1981): 660-676.

JANET OWENS

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