Category:Australian Fellows of the Royal Society

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Add an extra member of fellows Michael George Hall, educated in Australia ,worked in England doing research at Royal Aircraft Establishment At Farnborough, England

Add Joseph Lade Pawsey, 1908 - 1962. Educated in Melbourne and Cambridge, worked on radar during WWII and then became a pioneer in the emerging field of radio astronomy. In 1952, Pawsey became president of the Radio Astronomy Commission of the International Astronomical Union, serving until 1958. From 1960 until 1961 he was president of the Australian Branch of the Institute of Physics. He was appointed as director of the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory in 1962, but he died in Sydney of a brain tumour before he took office.