Martin Ryle, PhD

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1945-1984 Cavendish Astrophysics Group University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Radio Astronomy
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(1918 - 1984)
DOI: 10.1098/rsbm.1986.0016
http://www.phys-astro.sonoma.edu/BruceMedalists/Ryle/index.html
https://history.aip.org/phn/11810004.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Ryle
Sir Martin Ryle, FRS (27 September 1918 – 14 October 1984) was an English radio astronomer who developed revolutionary radio telescope systems (e.g. aperture synthesis) and used them for accurate location and imaging of weak radio sources.
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John Ashworth Ratcliffe grad student 1936-1939 Oxford

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Peter Scheuer grad student Cambridge (Physics Tree)
Paul F Scott grad student 1957- Cambridge (Physics Tree)
Francis Graham-Smith grad student 1946-1952 Cambridge (Physics Tree)
Antony Hewish grad student 1946-1952 Cambridge (Physics Tree)
John R. Shakeshaft grad student 1954 Cambridge
John Evan Baldwin grad student 1952-1956 Cambridge
Robin G. Conway grad student 1957 Cambridge
Harry van der Laan grad student 1962 Cambridge
Richard Wielebinski grad student 1963 Cambridge
Malcolm Sim Longair grad student 1967 Cambridge
Gareth Wynn-Williams grad student 1968-1971 Cambridge
Andrew Stephen Wilson grad student 1973 Cambridge
Peter Read grad student 1975-1979 Cambridge
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Anderson MB, Newton K, Ryle M, et al. (1979) Wind turbine research at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge British Wind Energy Assoc. Wind Directions. 4-5
Ryle M, Hine G, Shakeshaft J, et al. (1978) A new class of radio star Nature. 276: 571-573
Anderson MB, Newton K, Ryle M, et al. (1978) Short-term storage and wind power availability [3] Nature. 275: 432-434
Ryle M. (1977) Economics of alternative energy sources. Nature. 267: 111-7
Scott PF, Ryle M. (1977) A rapid method for measuring the figure of a radio telescope reflector Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 178: 539-545
Perryman MAC, Ryle M. (1977) Observations of OE323(4C34.13), MO758+120, and OS210(4C28.40) with the 5-km telescope Nature. 269: 223-224
Ryle M. (1977) Wind power for the UK [2] Nature. 268: 482
Ryle M. (1975) Radio telescopes of large resolving power. Science (New York, N.Y.). 188: 1071-9
Ryle M, Odell DM, Waggett PC. (1975) Measurements of the Linear and Circular Polarization of some Compact Radio Sources at 5 GHz Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 173: 9-20
Gearhart MR, Kraus JD, Andrew BH, et al. (1974) Radio spectra of OH471 and OQ172 Nature. 249: 743-746
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