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T. Kenneth Fowler

1931-
Spojené štáty ame
Fyzika

contributed to the theory of plasma physics and magnetic fusion
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John Dirk Walecka

1932-
Spojené štáty ame
Fyzika

contributed to the theoretical understanding of the atomic nucleus as a relativistic quantum many-body system; provided theoretical guidance in exploiting electromagnetic and weak probes of the nucleus
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Daniel Kleppner

1932-
Spojené štáty ame
Fyzika

co-invented the hydrogen maser; explores quantum chaos by optical spectroscopy of Rydberg atoms
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David J. Thouless

1934-
Spojené štáty ame
Fyzika

contributed to condensed matter theory, especially vortices in superfluids, the quantum Hall effect, and topological quantum numbers
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Chris Quigg

1944-
Spojené štáty ame
Fyzika

contributed to theoretical understanding of high-energy collisions and the fundamental interactions of elementary particles
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Tycho Brahe

1546-1601
Dánsko
Astronómia

observed a supernova now known as ``Tycho's supernova''; made the most precise observations of stellar and planetary positions then known
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Giovanni Cassini

1625-1712
Taliansko
Astronómia

measured rotational periods of Jupiter and Mars; discovered four satellites of Saturn and the gap in Saturn's rings now known as ``Cassini's division''
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Charles Messier

1730-1817
Francúzsko
Astronómia

discovered 19 comets, 13 being original and 6 independent co-discoveries; compiled a famous catalog of deep-sky objects
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Giuseppe Piazzi

1746-1826
Taliansko
Astronómia

discovered the largest asteroid, Ceres; accurately measured positions of many stars, resulting in a star catalog
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Johann Bode

1747-1826
Nemecko
Astronómia

popularized a relationship giving planetary distances from the Sun, which became known as ``Bode's law''; predicted an undiscovered planet between Mars and Jupiter, where the asteroids were later found

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