Andrew Williams graduated in 1997 with a PhD in Physics from The University of Western Australia, based around an automated search for supernovae (the second in the world, and the first in the Southern Hemisphere).

Since 1995 he has been working full time at Perth Observatory, and spends his time hunting for planets outside our solar system, and writing software to control and automate telescopes and other equipment.

His job also involves calculating Sun and Moon positions, rise and set times, and other astronomical data for court cases in Western Australia where lighting conditions are a factor.

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crimeScene 2012September 29th, 2012
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