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  Mison (Municipality, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Esclangon completed his Doctorate in 1904 on the quasi-periodical functions often used in mathematical physics and celestial mechanics.
Esclangon was appointed Director of the Observatory of Paris and created in 1933 the first speaking clock.
Esclangon promoted the building of the big astronomic station of Saint-Michel-l'Observatoire, located near Forcalquier in a place with a very dry and clean air and far from most light sources.
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 Esclangon
Ernest Esclangon studied mathematics at École Normale Supérieure.
Esclangon accepted a post at the university observatory but continued to work on mathematical topics for his doctorate.
Esclangon was honoured with election to the Académie des Sciences in 1939 and the Bureau des Longitudes in 1932.
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 Esclangon
Ernest Esclangon studied mathematics at École Normale Supérieure and worked on quasi-periodic functions on which his doctoral thesis is written.
Esclangon became professor of astronomy at Strasbourg and then at Paris.
Rue Esclangon is in the 18th Arrondissement in Paris.
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In fact, in 1927, the french astronomer Ernest Esclangon already experimented in a similar direction, measuring vertical differences in north-east and north-west optical sightings.
In both cases, Esclangon and Allais said there was some deviations periodic in time.
Esclangon said there was a sidereal periodicity in his vertical differences, Allais said his horizontal north to south and south to north sightings had 24h and nearly 25h periods.
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  Esclangon
Ernest Esclangon studied mathematics at École Normale Supérieure and worked on quasi-periodic functions on which his doctoral thesis is written.
Esclangon became professor of astronomy at Strasbourg and then at Paris.
Rue Esclangon is in the 18th Arrondissement in Paris.
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 1938: Astronomy - Archive Article - MSN Encarta
The International Astronomical Union, which ordinarily convenes every three years, met Aug. 3-10, 1938, in Stockholm under the presidency of Esclangon, director of the Paris Observatory.
Eddington was elected to succeed Esclangon and the invitation to hold the next meeting in Switzerland in 1941 was accepted.
And the light — even if it did arrive — would be of zero energy and hence incapable of affecting our instruments of observation.
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 Ernest Esclangon -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Ernest Benjamin Esclangon (March 17, 1876 – January 28, 1954) was a (The Romance language spoken in France and in countries colonized by France) French (A physicist who studies astronomy) astronomer and (A person skilled in mathematics) mathematician.
Looking for some means of financial support while he completed his doctorate on quasi-periodic functions, he took a post at the Bordeaux Observatory, teaching some mathematics at the university.
The (Click link for more info and facts about binary asteroid) binary asteroid (Click link for more info and facts about 1509 Esclangona) 1509 Esclangona is named after him.
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Esclangon accepted a post at the university observatory but continued to work on mathematical topics for his doctorate.
Esclangon elaborated a theory for these functions, studied their differentiation and integration, and examined the
The range of topics on which Esclangon worked during his career is quite remarkable.
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 Ernest Esclangon - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Ernest Esclangon - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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 Esclangon biography
Ernest Esclangon studied mathematics at École Normale Supérieure.
Esclangon elaborated a theory for these functions, studied their differentiation and integration, and examined the
He became professor of astronomy at Strasbourg in 1919, having been appointed director of the Observatory there in the previous year.
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 Encyclopedia: Ernest Esclangon
Ernest Benjamin Esclangon (March 17, 1876 – January 28, 1954) was a French astronomer and mathematician.
March 17 is the 76th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (77th in Leap years).
The quadrangle at the main ENS building on rue dUlm is known as the Cour aux Ernests – the Ernests being the goldfish in the pond.
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 Observatoire de Paris and other Paris travel resources hotels and maps
Ernest Esclangon assures the direction of 1927 to 1944.
It will be notably to the origin of the creation of the clock speaking in 1932.
To assure the continuity of the Service schedule, while France is invaded by Germany, Esclangon and a part of the personnel leave for Bordeaux.
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 1932 - Wikipédia
L'écrivain américain Ernest Miller Hemingway publie Mort dans l'après midi.
Les physiciens britanniques Ernest Rutherford et Sir John Cockcroft réussissent la première fission de l'atome.
L'astronome et mathématicien français Ernest Esclangon invente les horloges parlantes.
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 ipedia.com: Ernest Esclangon Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Ernest Benjamin Esclangon was a French astronomer and mathematician.
Born in Misson, France, in 1895 he started to study mathematics at the École Normale Supérieure, graduating in 1898.
Serving as director of the Paris Observatory throughout World War II and the German occupation of Paris, he retired in 1944.
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 References for Esclangon
J Chazy, Notice nécrologique sur Ernest Esclangon, Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l'Académie des Sciences 238 (1954), 629-632.
J Jackson, Obituaries : Prof E Esclangon, Nature 173 (1954), 567.
A Pérard, Quelque mots de l'oeuvre scientifique d'Ernest Esclangon, L'Astronomique 68 (1954), 201-204.
www.gap-system.org /~history/References/Esclangon.html   (81 words)

  
 Discovery Channel's Cosmeo
March 17, 1876: Birthdate of Ernest Esclangon, astronomer and applied mathematician
French mathematician Ernest Esclangon studied mathematics at École Normale Supérieure and graduated with an agregé degree in mathematics three years later.
While he is best known for his doctoral thesis on quasi-periodic functions and differential equations, he also did work in pure mathematics, instrumental astronomy, aerodynamics, interior and exterior ballistics, and aerial and underwater acoustic detection.
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 Lunar Republic : Craters   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The planetarium at the Instituto Politécnico Nacional in Mexico City was named in his honor.
Ernest Benjamin ~ (1876-1954), French astronomer and mathematician; director of the observatory at Strasbourg (1918), and professor of astronomy (1919) prior to becoming director of the Observatory at Paris (1929-1944), where he also served as professor of astronomy (1930-1946).
In 1933, using an astronomical calculation of time, he started the "talking clock" telephone service in Paris, carried out in his role as Director of the Bureau International de l'Heure (1929-1944).
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 References for Esclangon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
J Chazy, Notice nécrologique sur Ernest Esclangon, Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l'Académie des Sciences 238 (1954), 629-632.
J Jackson, Obituaries : Prof E Esclangon, Nature 173 (1954), 567.
A Pérard, Quelque mots de l'oeuvre scientifique d'Ernest Esclangon, L'Astronomique 68 (1954), 201-204.
www-history.mcs.st-andrews.ac.uk /history/Printref/Esclangon.html   (78 words)

  
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On December 9, 1874, Captain Ernest Mouchez led a major astronomical expedition in the Indian Ocean to study and to take photographs of Venus passing in front of the Sun.
Because of too many calls to the Observatoire asking for the official time and making the phone line constantly busy, its director, Ernest Esclangon, in 1933, decided to build the first speaking clock in the world.
In 1952, at the Observatory workshop, André Danjon, built this new electric astrolabe which works like a marine sextant with a mobile prism and determines time with an incredible accuracy of 1/125th second.
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 Esclangon Ernest - livres nouveaux et utilisés   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
AUT: ESCLANGON (E) ; CAT: Sciences ; SUJ: Astronomie, Cosmographie.
An interesting paper by M. Esclangon, member of the Academy of Sciences and Directeur Honoraire of the Observatory of Paris.
Esclangon (Ernest) - L'horloge parlante de l'Observatoire de Paris, extrait du Bulletin de la Société Astronomique de France, mars 1933
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 Harald Bohr papers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The letters from Esclangon, Pólya and van Dantzig in folder 11 were originally located in the collection Reprint about almost periodic functions, but was moved to the Harald Bohr papers in August 1998.
There are 11 handwritten/typed letters from Bohr to Courant, 33 carbon copies of typed letters from Courant to Bohr and 1 letter from Neugebauer to Bohr.
Esclangon 19 December 1925, and drafts of letters from Bohr to Esclangon 13 December and 23 December 1925, all in French,
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 Henry Norris Russell Papers Finding Aid
Gregson, John F. Greiner, Ernest W. Gribas, John P. Griffith, John L. Griffiths, Charles M. Grinnan, J.C. Grose, George R. Grouiller, H. Grubb, Parsons and
Harmon, Ernest E. Harper, W.E. Harper and Brothers
Harrah, E.C. Go to the the next section of the finding aid.
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 Inhaltsverzeichnis, Lichtbewegung, Prof. Maurice Allais, Lichtbewegungsversuch,  Nobelpreisträger, Geokosmos, ...
1 - Connexions des observations du pendule paraconique et des déviations optiques des visées sur mires avec les expériences optiques d'Ernest Esclangon de 1927-1928 et les expériences interférométriques de Dayton C. Miller de 1925-1926........
1 - Les recherches d'Ernest Esclangon sur l'anisotropie de l'espace 1926-1928......................................
Les visées optiques d'Ernest Esclangon et les observations interférométriques de Dayton C. Miller..
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 USGS Astro: Planetary Nomenclature - Moon Nomenclature Crater
Brown 46.4S 17.9W 34.0 EU GB 111 LAC 5 1935 66 AA Ernest William; British astronomer, mathematician (1866-1938).
Bruce 1.1N 0.4E 6.0 NA AM 59 LAC 5 1935 66 AA Catherine Wolfe; American philanthropist, astronomer (1816-1900).
Debes 29.5N 51.7E 30.0 EU GE 44 LAC 5 1961 67 AA Ernest; German cartographer (1840-1923).
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