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Haro, Guillermo

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Personal name headingHaro, Guillermo
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Birth date19130313
Death date19880426
Place of birthMexico City (Mexico)
AffiliationObservatorio Astronómico Nacional de Tacubaya
Observatorio Astrofísico Guillermo Haro
Profession or occupationAstronomers
Found inCosmic evolution and galaxy formation, 2000: t.p. (Guillermo Haro) p. xiii (astronomer-lawyer Guillermo Haro)
San José State Univ. Virtual Museum Web site, June 7, 2001 (Guillermo Haro; b. Mar. 13, 1913; d. April 26, 1988)
es.Wikipedia, Jan. 30, 2014 (Guillermo Haro; born March 21, 1913 in Mexico City; died April 26, 1988 in Mexico City; astronomer. He studied philosophy at the UNAM and became interested in astronomy; hired in 1943 as an assistant at the newly founded Observatorio Astrofísico de Tonantzintla. Worked from 1943 to 1944 at Harvard College Observatory. Returned to Mexico in 1945 and continued working at the Observatorio Astrofísico de Tonantzintla where he was responsible for the commissioning of the new 24-31-inch. Schmidt camera and where he became involved in the study of extremely red and extremely blue stars. In 1947 he started working for the Observatorio de Tacubaya of the UNAM. He was was married to journalist and writer Elena Poniatowska for 13 years)
Guillermo Haro, Jan. 30., 2014 (Guillermo Haro; born on March 13, 1913 and died on April 26, 1988. Haro lived his childhood during the turbulent period of the Mexican Revolution and began his early studies in law. After discovering astronomy through the motivation of L. E. Erro, Haro left law and became his assistant. During 1943 and 1947 he went abroad to continue with his training and began to do research in astronomy at Harvard College Observatory, Case Observatory, of the University of Chicago and McDonald Observatory in Texas as a collaborator. He became director of the Observatory Astronómico de Tacubaya, the Instituto de Astoronomia and the Observatory Astronómico Nacional, etc.)
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