Andrew Graham (April 8 1815 – November 5 1908) (born in County Fermanagh, Ireland) was a British or Irish astronomer.
He discovered the asteroid 9 Metis in 1848 whilst employed at Markree Observatory in County Sligo, Ireland.
He later worked on the Markree Catalogue, observations of about 60,000 stars along the ecliptic take between Aug 8 1848 and 27 March 1856 and which was published in four Volumes over the years 1851, 1853, 1854,1856 respectively. In working on this, he developed the square-bar micrometer , which greatly increased the efficiency of determining positions (right ascension and declination) of celestial objects.
He later worked as First Assistant at the Cambridge Observatory from 1864 to 1903 where he worked on the Cambridge Catalogue, in many ways an extension of his work at Markree but of southern zone stars, published in 1897.