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Neil D. Tyson, Michael W. Richmond, Michael Woodhams, & Luca Ciotti 1993 “On the Possibility of a Major Impact on the Uranus in the Past Century” Astronomy & Astrophysics (Research Notes) 275, 630 Neil D. Tyson & Roy R. Gal 1993, “An Exposure Guide for Taking Twilight Flatfields with Large Format CCDs” Astronomical Journal 105, 1206 Neil D. Tyson & R. Michael Rich 1991, “Radial Velocity Distribution and Line Strengths of 33 Carbon Stars in the Galactic Bulge”, Astrophysical Journal 367, 547 Neil D. Tyson 1988, “On the possibility of Gas-Rich Dwarf Galaxies in the Lyman-alpha Forest”, Astrophysical Journal (Letters) 329, L57 Neil D. Tyson & John M. Scalo 1988, “Bursting Dwarf Galaxies: Implications for Luminosity Function, Space Density, and Cosmological Mass Density”, Astrophysical Journal 329, 618 Bruce A. Twarog & Neil D. Tyson 1985, “uvby Photometry of Blue Stragglers in NGC 7789″, Astronomical Journal 90, 1247 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS       

American Astronomical Society (Board Member)  New York Academy of Sciences (Fellow)  American Physical Society  Astronomical Society of the Pacific  International Planetarium Society  National Society of Black Physicists 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL HONORS             

Honorary Degree: Doctor of Science, 2008, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA  The Time 100: voted by the Editors of Time Magazine (May 4, 2007) as one of the 100 most  influential people in the world.  Honorary Degree: Doctor of Science, 2007, Williams College, Williamstown, MA  Honorary Degree: Doctor of Science, 2006, Pace University, New York, NY  NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, 2004, the highest honor awarded by NASA to a non‐ government civilian  Honorary Degree: Doctor of Humane Letters, 2004, City University of New York, College of  Staten Island, NY  Honorary Degree: Doctor of Science, 2003, Northeastern University, Boston, MA  Honorary Degree: Doctor of Science, 2002, Bloomfield College, Bloomfield, NJ  Asteroid “121213 Tyson” renamed from Asteroid 1994KA on November 19, 2000, by the  International Astronomical Union (main‐belt asteroid peaking at Vmag=16.9)  Medal of Excellence, 2001, Columbia University  2001 American Institute of Physics “Science Writing Award” awarded to One Universe (co‐ author)  Honorary Degree, Doctor of Science, 2001, University of Richmond, VA 

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