Tim Hunter

Tim B. Hunter, MD, MSc, is a professor emeritus in the Department of Medical Imaging at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and has been the author of the Sky Spy column in the Arizona Daily Star for more than fifteen years. An amateur astronomer since 1950, he is a member of the Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association and co-founder of the International Dark-Sky Association, a nonprofit recognized as the leading advocate for protecting the nighttime environment from light pollution. Hunter is the author of several books in the medical field and has received multiple awards for his work addressing light pollution.
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The Sky at Night

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