Carnegie Mellon University

Diane Turnshek

Special Lecturer

2200 Doherty Hall



Education & Professional Experience

M.S.: University of Arizona, Astronomy (1981)
B.Sc.: Villanova University, Astronomy (1977)

Special Lecturer, Carnegie Mellon University, 2012–
Adjunct Faculty, Physics Department, St. Vincent College, 2003–11
Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh, 2001–

Selected Publications

Kyba, Christopher C. M., et al. “Commentary: Multiple Angle Observations Would Benefit Visible Band Remote Sensing Using Night Lights.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, June 2022.

Turnshek, Diane E. ; Turnshek, David A. ; Craine, Eric R., "An Atlas of Digital Spectra of Cool Stars", Tucson, Arizona. Astronomy and Astrophysics Series. Western Research Co., 1985.

R.J. Weymann, D. Latham, J. Roger, P. Angel, R.F. Green, J.W. Liebert, D.A. Turnshek, D.E. Turnshek, and J.A. Tyson, The triple QSO PG1115+08 - Another probable gravitational lens, Nature 285 (1980), 641.