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English astronomer, physicist, and mathematician. Wikipedia

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    • In 1920, Sir Arthur Eddington proposed that the pressures and temperatures at the core of the Sun could produce a nuclear fusion reaction that merged hydrogen (protons) into helium nuclei, resulting in a production of energy from the net change in mass.Sun-Wikipedia
    • Eddington called the light-year an inconvenient and irrelevant unit, which had sometimes crept from popular use into technical investigations.Light-year-Wikipedia
    • Using the estimated radiation of the background stars, he concluded that space must be heated to a temperature of 5–6 K. British physicist Arthur Eddington made a similar calculation to derive a temperature of 3.18 K in 1926.Outer space-Wikipedia
    • Around 1920, Arthur Eddington anticipated the discovery and mechanism of nuclear fusion processes in stars, in his paper The Internal Constitution of the Stars.Nuclear fusion-Wikipedia
    • Around 1920, Arthur Eddington anticipated the discovery and mechanism of nuclear fusion processes in stars, in his paper The Internal Constitution of the Stars.Nuclear physics-Wikipedia
    • In 1919, that prediction was confirmed by Sir Arthur Eddington during the solar eclipse of 29 May 1919.Albert Einstein-Wikipedia

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