Соломонович Александр

[Гражданин СССР]
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Советский радиоастроном (р.1916), доктор наук (1964). Окончил МГУ (1939). Работал на радиотелескопе РТ-22 (1953-64), с 1964 - в ин-те Лебедева. Автор более чем 120 статей. Исследование Солнца, Луны и планет в миллиметровом диапазоне.


Salomonovich, Alexander (1916-) Russian radio astronomer who graduated from the Physical Faculty of Moscow State University in 1939. In 1949 he obtained his Candidate of Science (radio physics) degree and in 1964 the Doctor of Science (radio physics), both at the P.аN. Lebedev Physical Institute, Academy of Sciences of the USSR. In 1953-1959, he was chief scientist responsible for creation of the Lebedev ``RT-22'' 22 meter precision radio telescope and until 1964 the chief scientist for operations with this instrument. Since 1964, he has been head of the Submillimeter Department of the Laboratory of Spectroscopy of the Lebedev Institute. He is the author of more than 120 papers on radio astronomy investigations of the Sun, Moon, and Planets in the millimeter wavelength range, and on theory and design of radio telescopes, particularly of submillimeter ones for observations from
artificial satellites (Sullivan 1984, p. 412).

References Sullivan, W. III (Ed.). The Early Years of Radio Astronomy: Reflections Fifty Years after Jansky's Discovery. London: Cambridge University Press, 1984.

1996-7 Eric W. Weisstein
Wed May 21 10:55:34 EDT 1997



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