Discovery: Frankenstein's Moon

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What can astronomy tells us overactive avid profession? Forensic astronomer Don Olson tells Andrew Luck-Baker quick two of his investigative situations
He explains how plotting the course of action of the moon in 1816 solved a controversy active Mary Shelley’s radical ‘Frankenstein’. The Texas State University professor too outlines his theory that a star referred to in Shakespeare’s Hamlet was celebrated by a conspicuous supernova which blazed in sky one year during the playwright’s childhood. Published on September 10, 2012.

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