Finding the First Pulsar in the Armagh Planetarium with Jocelyn Bell

In 1967, Jocelyn Bell discovered the first radio pulsar, changing the history of astronomy forever. In the first article of the CTA’s “Building from Diversity” series, Michael Burton (Director of the Armagh Observatory and Planetarium) shares a little-known story: how Jocelyn Bell found the constellation that hosted her great discovery by looking up into a planetarium dome.