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Charles Augustus Young grad student 1900 Princeton
 (General Perturbations of the Major Axis of Eros by the Action of Mars)


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Charlotte Emma Moore Sitterly research assistant 1920- Princeton
Harlow Shapley grad student 1913 Princeton
Donald Howard Menzel grad student 1924 Princeton
Robert Burnett King grad student 1933 Princeton
Louis Craig Green grad student 1937 Princeton
Newton Lacy Pierce grad student 1937 Princeton
Lyman Spitzer grad student 1938 Princeton
Frank Bradshaw Wood grad student 1941 Princeton
Dorothy N. Davis Locanthi post-doc 1940-1942 Princeton
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Russell HN, Moore CE. (1955) The first spectrum of barium, Ba I Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards. 55: 299
Moore CE, Russell HN. (1952) Binding Energies for Electrons of Different Types Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards. 48: 61
Catalan MA, Russell HN, Moore CE, et al. (1944) The Arc Spectrum of Iron (Fe I): Analysis of the Spectrum; The Zeeman Effect Transactions of the American Philosophical Society. 34: 109
Huntur A, Russell HN, Moore CE. (1940) The Masses of the Stars The Mathematical Gazette. 24: 302
Russell HN, King RB, Moore CE. (1940) The arc spectrum of cobalt Physical Review. 58: 407-436
Russell HN, Moore CE. (1940) The Systematic and Accidental Errors of Spectroscopic Parallaxes. The Astrophysical Journal. 92: 354
Moore CE, Russell HN. (1940) Neutral Barium In The Sun Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 52: 373
Russell HN, Moore CE. (1938) A Comparison of Spectroscopic and Trigonometric Parallaxes The Astrophysical Journal. 87: 389
Russell HN, Babcock HD, Moore CE. (1934) Series lines of magnesium in the solar spectrum [7] Physical Review. 46: 826-827
Russell HN, Menzel DH. (1933) The Terrestrial Abundance of the Permanent Gases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 19: 997-1001
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