LIKE MANY AN astronomer before him, Woodruff T. “Woody” Sullivan III works at night. All night, usually. While much of the world around him is sucked into vapid prime-time game shows and other distractions, Sullivan’s brain is freed to roam in the enveloping silence, unleashed to dance with stars far beyond. […]
Read more of the article on Woodruff Sullivan, a UW emeritus professor in Astronomy and Astrobiology, at The Seattle Times.