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Old Password. New Password. Password Changed Successfully Your password has been changed. Returning user. Request Username Can't sign in? Forgot your username? In collaboration with Graham in London determine that disturbances were not local phenomena. Unit of temperature is named after Celsius. Jean-Dominique Cassini. Showed that the daily variation of declination is independent of the daily variation of air-temperature. This shows that geomagnetic variations are not atmospheric.
He is the great-grandson of Giovanni Domenico Cassini, the famous astronomer known for his observations of Saturn. Charles Coulomb. Demonstrates the electric force between charged objects. SI unit of electrical charge is named after him. Henry Cavendish. Accurately measures the height of the aurora using triangulation 80 km.
By Henry Cavendish, Esq. Hans Christian Oersted. Discovers relationship between electricity and magnetism by noting that an electric current produces an magnetic field.
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Oersted, H. Baldwin, London, Andre Marie Ampere. Within weeks of hearing of Oersted's observations develops electromagnetic theory relating current and magnetic field. Relationship is now part of Maxwell's Equations and is called Ampere's Law. SI unit of current is named after him. Ampere, A. Claude Navier George Stokes. Navier in and Stokes some 20 years later independently developed the differential equations describing incompressible fluid flow.
The equation is now known as the Navier-Stokes equation and is the basis of fluid dynamics. Navier was a student of Fourier. Naviar, M. On the steady motion of incompressible fluids. Cambridge Philosophocal Society Transactions, 7 ,, Captain John Franklin. Polar explorer who noted that the occurrence of aurora does not increase all the way to the pole.
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Made these observations from His party perished in in their ill-fated attempt to discover the Northwest Passage. Observations consistent with an auroral oval. George Simon Ohm.
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Developed relationship between current flow and the electrical potential or voltage drop across object. Now known as Ohm's Law.
SI unit of electric resistance is named after him. Ohm, G. Michael Faraday. Demonstrates electromagnetic induction, namely that a magnetic field can induce an electric current.
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Faraday, Michael, Experimental Researches in Electricity, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, V , p, subscription In demonstrates the rotation of polarized light by a magnetic field now called Faraday rotation. Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss. Developed mathematical description of geomagnetic field. Worked with Weber at Gottingen University. Gauss, C.
Gauss and W. Weber Leipzig - English translation by Mrs. Taylor ed. Wilhelm Eduard Weber. Professor of Physics at Gottingen and developed sensitive magnetometers while working with Gauss. Weber, W. Taylor, London, ? SI unit of magnetic flux is named after him.
Baron von Humboldt. Proposes the first worldwide array of magnetometers to study geomagnetism. Humboldt's letter to the Royal Society is reprinted in Nature, , , Determined that sunspots wax and wane on a year period, now called the solar cycle. Christian Doppler. Develops theory of change in frequency for sound and light depending on relative motion of observer and object. Now called the Doppler shift.
Fundamental for spectroscopy and radar.