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Dr. Marshall is the editor of the chapter on astronomy, which compiles astronomical data and information on celestial events, moon phases, eclipses, and astronomical positions and constants, as well as data on planets and satellites.
Marschall, Laurence, ed. "Astronomy." In The World Almanac and Book of Facts, edited by Sarah Janssen, M. L. Liu, and Nan Badgett, 334-350. New York: The World Almanac, 2018.
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