Welcome to Larry
Marschall's web pages. I am professor of
physics at Gettysburg
College where I teach
courses in astronomy and physics, as well as occasional courses in the
history and philosophy of science and science writing. My research includes
observational studies of stellar evolution, including binary stars, exoplanet transits, and supernovae, studies of asteroids,
and astronomy education. I've also traveled to many solar eclipses,
since 1980, both for pleasure and for research. I'm the Principal
Investigator of Project CLEA, which develops innovative laboratory exercises
for astronomy classes. I'm also an active popular science writer, author of
three books and many articles, as well as a regular columnist for Natural
History magazine (and before that, for The Sciences).
information please use the buttons at the left to select pages of interest. I
hope these pages are informative and helpful, and please inform me of any
errors or omissions.