Philip D. Bennett: Astrophysicist

Philip Bennett is a Scientist VII at Eureka Scientific and an Adjunct Professor in the Astronomy and Physics Department at Saint Mary's University.
Formerly, I was a Research Associate at the
Center for Astrophysics and Space Astronomy of the University of Colorado at Boulder .

For more information, see my Curriculum Vitae.

Research Specialty: Outer atmospheres of cool stars

Contact Information

Philip D. Bennett

Department of Astronomy and Physics
Saint Mary's University
923 Robie Street
Halifax, NS B3H 3C3

(Phone) 902-423-8489

My wife, Lynne Robinson, is an Associate Professor at Dalhousie university.

Courses taught in 2012-13:
ASTR 3400

Dalhousie courses taught in 2012-13:
HPRO 5503

Courses taught in 2011-12:
PHYS 3200
PHYS 2400
HPRO 5503  (Dalhousie)

Courses taught in previous years

Observing isn't all hard work!   Take a look at life in Hotel Mauna Kea

My favourite eclipsing binary star, as observed with the Hubble Space Telescope
Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS):   VV Cephei

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