George Ellery Hale (1868-1938)

Country : États-Unis
Language : anglais
Gender : masculin
Birth : Chicago, Ill., 29-06-1868
Death : Mont-Wilson, Calif., 02-1938
Note :
Astronome. - Directeur de l'obesrvatoire de Mont-Wilson
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8076 3892

Activities of George Ellery Hale (1868-1938) (68 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Textual works (68)

Magnetic observations of sunspots
Magnetic observations of sunspots
The Spectrohelioscope and its work. Part IV. Methods of recording observations, by George E. Hale
The Spectrohelioscope and its work. Part III. Solar eruptions and their apparent terrestrial effects, by George E. Hale
Visual observations of the solar atmosphere, by George E. Hale
A Test of the electromagnetic theory of the hydrogen vortices surrounding sun-spots, by George E. Hale
The Law of sun-spot polarity, by George E. Hale and Seth B. Nicholson
The Depths of the Universe
The new heavens
A National focus of science and research, by George Ellery Hale,...
Invisible sun-spots, by George E. Hale
The magnetic power of sun-spots...
The Magnetic Polarity of sun-spots, by George E. Hale, Ferdinand Ellerman, S. B. Nicholson, and A. H. Joy
The General magnetic field of the sun, apparent variation of field-strength with level in the solar atmosphere, by G. E. Hale, F. H. Seares, A. Van Macney and F. Ellerman
The Minute structure of the solar atmosphere, by George E. Hale and Ferdinand Ellerman,...
An Attempt to measure the free electricity in the Sun's atmosphere, by George E. Hale and Harold D. Babcock
Ten years' work of a mountain observatory. A brief account of the Mount Wilson solar observatory of the Carnegie institution of Washington, by George Ellery Hale
The direction of rotation of sun-spot vortices, by George E. Hale
Preliminary results of an attempt to detect the general magnetic field of the Sun, by George E. Hale
Mount Wilson solar observatory... Annual report... 1912 with George Ellery Hale (1868-1938) as Autre
Photography of the "flash" spectrum without an eclipse, by George E. Hale and Walter S. Adams
Sur les champs magnétiques des taches solaires, par M. George E. Hale
On the probable existence of a magnetic field in Sun-spots, by George E. Hale
Preliminary note on the rotation of the Sun as determined from the motions of the hydrogen flocculi, by George E. Hale
The Tower telescope of the Mount Wilson solar observatory, by George E. Hale
The Study of stellar evolution, an account of some recent methods of astrophysical research, by George Ellery Hale,...
The Pasadena laboratory of the Mount Wilson solar observatory, by George E. Hale
The Rotation period of the Sun as determined from the motions of the "calcium flocculi", by George E. Hale and Philip Fox
Solar vortices, by George E. Hale
The Spectrum of the high potential discharge between metallic electrodes in liquids and in gases at high pressures, by George E. Hale and Norton A. Kent
A Photographic comparison of the spectra of the limb and the center of Sun
Some new applications of the spectroheliograph, by George E. Hale
The Heliomicrometer, by George E. Hale
Second paper on the cause of the characteristic phenomena of Sun-spot spectra, by George E. Hale and Walter S. Adams
Some tests of the Snow telescope, by George E. Hale
A Program of solar research, by George E. Hale
The Spectroscopic laboratory of the solar observatory, by George E. Hale
A Vertical coelostat telescope, by George E. Hale
Sun-spot lines in the spectra of red stars, by George E. Hale and Walter S. Adams
Photographie observations of the spectra of Sun-spots, by George E. Hale and Walter S. Adams
Latitude and longitude of the solar observatory, by George E. Hale
Report of director of the solar observatory, Mount Wilson, California, by George E. Hale 1905 [-1913]
Preliminary paper on the cause of the characteristic phenomena of Sunspot spectra
The Five-foot spectroheliograph of the solar observatory, by George E. Hale and Ferdinand Ellerman
Photographic observations of the spectra of sunspots...
A 100-inch mirror for the solar observatory, by George E. Hale
The Solar observatory of the Carnegie institution of Washington, by George E. Hale
A Study of the conditions for solar research at Mt. Wilson, California, by George E. Hale
The New star in "Gemini". [Signé : George E. Hale.]
The Rumford spectroheliograph of the Yerkes Observatory, by George E. Hale and Ferdinand Ellerman
The New star in "Perseus". George E. Hale
Latitude and longitude of the Yerkes observatory. [Signé : George E. Hale.]
Changes in the spectrum of "Nova Persei". George E. Hale
Photographs of star clusters made with the forty-inch visual telescope. George E. Hale
Variable star observations with the 12-inch and 40-inch refractors. George E. Hale
Observations of the total solar eclipse of May 28, 1900, at Wadesboro, N. C. George E. Hale
Spectra of stars of Secchi's fourth type. [Signé : George E. Hale.]
Comparison of stellar spectra of the third and fourth types. [By George E. Hale.]
Annual report of the director of the Yerkes observatory of the University of Chicago,... by George E. Hale
The Yerkes observatory of the University of Chicago. George E. Hale
Organization of the Yerkes observatory. George E. Hale
Some vortex experiments bearing on the nature of sun-spots and "flocculi", by George E. Hale and George P. Luckey
Heat radiation of the stars. [By George E. Hale. May 17, 1899.]
Opportunities for students at the Yerkes observatory. [By George E. Hale.]
Period and elongation distance of the fifth satellite of Jupiter. [By George E. Hale.]
Parallax of the "Andromeda nebula". [By George E. Hale.]
Carbon in the chromosphere. [By George E. Hale.]

Documents about George Ellery Hale (1868-1938) (2 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Livres (2)

Explorer of the universe
Pauper & [and] prince

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