Eddington Medal

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Eddington Medal
Country United Kingdom
Presented by Royal Astronomical Society
Official website www.ras.org.uk/awards-and-grants/awards

The Eddington Medal is awarded by the Royal Astronomical Society for investigations of outstanding merit in theoretical astrophysics. It is named after Sir Arthur Eddington. First awarded in 1953, the frequency of the prize has varied over the years, at times being every one, two or three years. Since 2013 it has been awarded annually.

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Source is [1] unless otherwise noted.

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