Halton Arp in London, Oct 2000
|Born||March 21, 1927
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Died||December 28, 2013
Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics
|Alma mater||California Institute of Technology|
|Doctoral advisor||Walter Baade|
|Known for||Intrinsic redshift
Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies
Halton Christian "Chip" Arp (March 21, 1927 – December 28, 2013) was an American astronomer. He was known for his Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, published in 1966. Arp was also known as a critic of the Big Bang theory and for helping a non-standard cosmology to create an intrinsic redshift.[needs simplifying]
Books[change | change source]
- Halton Arp (1989). Quasars, Redshifts and Controversies. Cambridge University Press.
- Halton Arp, Seeing Red, Aperion (August 1998) ISBN 0-9683689-0-5
- Halton Arp, Catalogue of Discordant Redshift Associations, Aperion (September 1, 2003) ISBN 0-9683689-9-9
- G. Burbidge, E.M. Burbidge, H.C. Arp, W.M. Napier: Ultraluminous X-ray Sources, High Redshift QSOs and Active Galaxies.
- J. Kanipe, D. Webb The Arp Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, A Chronicle and Observer's Guide, Willmann-Bell Inc. (2006) ISBN 978-0-943396-76-7
References[change | change source]
Other websites[change | change source]
- Halton Arp's Website
- Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies
- Arp's Catalog of Peculiar Galaxies website
- Detailed review of Seeing Red by Tom Van Flandern
- Electric Politics interview with Halton C. Arp (podcast)