Lovell, (Sir) (Alfred Charles) Bernard

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LOVELL, (Sir) (Alfred Charles) Bernard

LOVELL, (Sir) (Alfred Charles) Bernard. British, b. 1913. Genres: Astronomy. Career: Professor of Radio Astronomy, and Director of Nuffield Radio Astronomy Labs. at Jodrell Bank, University of Manchester, 1951-81. President, Royal Astronomical Society, 1969-71. Publications: Science and Civilization, 1939; World Power Resources and Social Development, 1945; (with J. A. Clegg) Radio Astronomy, 1952; Meteor Astronomy, 1954; (with R. Hanbury Brown) The Exploration of Space by Radio, 1957; The Individual and the Universe, 1959; The Exploration of Outer Space, 1962; (with M. Joyce Lovell) Discovering the Universe, 1963; Our Present Knowledge of the Universe, 1967; The Story of Jodrell Bank, 1968; Out of the Zenith: Jodrell Bank, 1957-70, 1973; The Origins and International Economics of Space Exploration, 1973; Man's Relation to the Universe, 1975; P. M. S. Blackett: A Biographical Memoir, 1976; In the Center of Immensities, 1978; Emerging Cosmology, 1981; The Jodrell Bank Telescopes, 1985, Voice of the Universe, 1987; (with F. Graham Smith) Pathways to the Universe, 1988; Astronomer by Chance, 1990; Echoes of War, 1991. Address: Jodrell Bank, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England.