|Normal School of Science, London|
(1868 - 1940)
Alfred Fowler, CBE FRS (22 March 1868 Yorkshire – 24 June 1940) was an English astronomer. Not to be confused with American astrophysicist William Alfred Fowler.
He was born in Wilsden, Yorkshire and educated at London's Normal School of Science, which was later absorbed into Imperial College, London.
Mean distance: 18.45
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|Christopher Clive Langton Gregory||research assistant||1917||Imperial College London (Astronomy Tree)|
|Harry Hemley Plaskett||research assistant||1918-1919||Imperial College London (Astronomy Tree)|
|Reginald William Blake Pearse||grad student||Imperial College|
|William Edward Curtis||grad student||1912||Imperial College|
|Snehamoy Datta||grad student||1922||Imperial College London|
|K. Rangadhama Rao||grad student||1928-1930||Imperial College London|
|Samuel Tolansky||research scientist||Imperial College London|
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|Fowler A, Hills EH, Curtis WE. (1915) The Total Eclipse of the Sun, 1914 August 21.—Report on the Kiev Expedition Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. 75: 117-125|