Maxwell, James Clerk, 1831 - 1879 (physicist)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
A copy of Porter's script for 'The Night Sky in April' on Coma Berenice; the Plough, Leo, Denebola, Cor Caroli, and the legend of Berenice's hair; Saturn, its rings and their composition according to James Clerk Maxwell; the 1933 discovery of the white spot on Saturn by Will Hay; the internal composition of Saturn, hydrogen in a metallic phase and the difference between the gas giants and terrestrial planets; and the mathematical nature of modern astronomy.
James Clerk Maxwell was elected unopposed.
Relate to equipment purchased by James Clerk Maxwell in Cambridge, London and Germany for the new Cavendish Laboratory.