Astrophysicist Frank Hogg was born in Preston, Ont. He received a doctorate in astronomy from Harvard in 1929, and pioneered in the spectrophotometry of stars and in the study of the spectra of comets. Fascinated by the faint lights of celestial bodies, Hogg was a bright light in the field of dim stars.
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