Martin A. Pomerantz

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Why Is Martin A. Pomerantz Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Martin Arthur Pomerantz was an American physicist who served as Director of the Bartol Research Institute and who had been a leader in developing Antarctic astronomy. When the astronomical observatory at the United States Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station was opened in 1995, it was named the Martin A. Pomerantz Observatory in his honor. Pomerantz published his scientific autobiography, Astronomy on Ice, in 2004.

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