Definition of Eddington, Sir Arthur Stanley in English:

Eddington, Sir Arthur Stanley

Line breaks: Sir Ar¦thur Stan|ley Ed¦ding|ton
Pronunciation: /ˈɛdɪŋtən
 
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( 1882–1944), English astronomer, considered the founder of astrophysics. He used Einstein’s theory of relativity to explain the bending of light by gravity that he observed in the 1919 solar eclipse.

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