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Reference numberEC/1926/20
Previous numbersCert XIV, 20; A04925
LevelItem
TitleMilne, Edward Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for investigations in Astrophyics. Author of following papers (abbreviated titles): - 'Sound Waves in the [Earth's] Atmosphere' (Phil Mag, 1921); 'Radiative Equilibrium in Outer Layers of a Star'; 'Temperature Distribution'; 'Law of Darkening'; 'Spectral Distribution' (Monthly Notices, RAS, 1921); 'Insolation of an Atmosphere' (Phil Mag, 1922); 'Radiative Equilibrium' (Phil Trans, vol A, 223, 1922); 'Equilibrium of a Rotating Star' (Monthly Notices, RAS, 1923); 'Intensities and Maxima of Stellar Absorption Lines'; 'Temperatures and Pressures in Stellar Reversing Layers' (with R H Fowler) (Monthly Notices, RAS, 1923 and 1924); 'Equations of Transfer of Radiation in a Star' (Proc Camb Phil Soc, vol 21); 'Statistical Equilibrium'; 'Photo-electric Effect and Absorption Coefficients' (Phil Mag, 1924); and others.
ProposersH F Newall; A S Eddington; F W Dyson; A Fowler; C T R Wilson; F W Aston; G I Taylor; H H Turner; Harold Jeffreys
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Milne, Edward Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA8077Milne; Edward Arthur (1896 - 1950)1896 - 1950
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