Alan Kerlin, BAppSc (EnvSc), is an amateur astronomer and blogger, living
When Neil Armstrong stepped onto the Moon in 1969, Alan Kerlin and the rest
of Red Hill Primary School in Canberra watched it on a single small black
and white TV. In 2005, Alan moved back to Canberra, with his family.
In between, Alan has had a diverse career, including as an elected
Councillor in Queensland, IT business operator, Landcare manager in
Holbrook, and greenhouse consultant in Brisbane.
More recently, exposure to the online science community through social
media has reignited Alan's interest in science in general, and particularly
in astronomy. Living in Canberra gives him opportunities to connect with
and interview numerous leading scientists.
Find Alan on:
Facebook, and his blog is called The Beach House - a tribute to Douglas Adams.