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A spectrograph that Vera Rubin used

in research to determine the detailed rotational properties of galaxies

Vera Rubin on The Astronomers

Episode 1 - Where is the rest of the universe?

Audio clip of Vera Rubin

Vera Rubin on Maria Mitchell and why she became an astronomer from the American Institute of Physics

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Education of Vera Rubin

3 Educational Institution(s) are currently recorded in Wikidata about Vera Rubin

Where Vera Rubin Worked

1 Employers of Vera Rubin Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

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Georgetown University

Company Name:
Georgetown University
Description:
private university in Washington, D.C., United States
Location:
Georgetown
Website:
http://www.georgetown.edu
Reference:
Wikidata

Memberships of Vera Rubin

7 Organizations that Vera Rubin is a Member of Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

AAAS
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American Association for the Advancement of Science

international non-profit organization promoting science





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NAS

National Academy of Sciences

science branch of the United States National Academies

start time: 1981-01-01T00:00:00Z





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Vera Rubin
NSB

National Science Board

start time: 1996-01-01T00:00:00Z

end time: 2002-01-01T00:00:00Z





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Vera Rubin
PAS

Pontifical Academy of Sciences

scientific academy of the Vatican City





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APS
Vera Rubin

American Philosophical Society

United States scholarly organization that promotes knowledge in the sciences and humanities





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Vera Rubin
IAU

International Astronomical Union

collection of professional astronomers





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Vera Rubin
AAAS

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

United States honorary society and center for independent policy research





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Timeline of Vera Rubin

Moments are currently recorded in Wikidata about Vera Rubin

People Relevant to Vera Rubin

6 People are currently recorded in Wikidata connected to Vera Rubin

George Gamow
doctoral advisor
doctoral student: Vera Rubin
  • Russian-American physicist and science writer
Sandra Faber image of Sandra Faber
doctoral student
doctoral advisor: Vera Rubin
  • astronomer
Karl Rubin image of Karl Rubin
child
mother: Vera Rubin
  • American mathematician
Maud Worcester Makemson
student of
  • American astronomer
Deidre Hunter
Co-Author
  • American astrophysicist
Stacy McGaugh
Co-Author
  • American astronomer

Map of Vera Rubin and Influence

13 Locations are currently recorded in Wikidata about Vera Rubin

Georgetown University
Philadelphia
Princeton
United States of America
Cornell University
Vassar College
National Academy of Sciences
National Science Board
Pontifical Academy of Sciences
American Philosophical Society
International Astronomical Union
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Vera C. Rubin Observatory

Named After Vera Rubin

2 Instance(s) Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

Library of Vera Rubin

Works By and About Vera Rubin Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

Awards of Vera Rubin

10 Awards & Honors Recieved By Vera Rubin Are Currently Recorded in Wikidata

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  • Reference Link: http://www.nasonline.org/programs/awards/james-craig-watson-medal.html
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  • ISNI: 0000 0001 1475 0628
    International Standard Name Identifier for an identity. Format: 4 blocks of 4 digits separated by a space, first block is 0000
  • VIAF ID: 73920450
    identifier for the Virtual International Authority File database [format: up to 22 digits]
  • GND ID: 154030708
    identifier from an international authority file of names, subjects, and organizations (please don't use type n = name, disambiguation) - Deutsche Nationalbibliothek
  • Library of Congress authority ID: n88039663
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  • Reference Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/space/universe/scientists/vera_rubin
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  • Reference Link: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/27/science/vera-rubin-astronomist-who-made-the-case-for-dark-matter-dies-at-88.html?_r=0
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  • NTA ID: 074253778
    identifier for persons (not:works) from the Dutch National Thesaurus for Author names (which also contains non-authors)
  • BAV ID: ADV10296664
    identifier for authority control used at the Vatican Library
  • Reference Link: http://vcencyclopedia.vassar.edu/faculty/prominent-faculty/maud-w-makemson.html
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  • NUKAT ID: n2008142084
    identifier for authority control in the Center of Warsaw University Library catalog
  • NNDB people ID: 214/000165716
    identifier in the Notable Names Database, a biographical database: only for people entries
  • NNDB people ID: 214/000165716
    identifier in the Notable Names Database, a biographical database: only for people entries
  • Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana ID: 22185946
    identifier for an item in the Gran Enciclopèdia Catalana
  • Encyclopædia Britannica Online ID: biography/Vera-Rubin
    identifer for an article in the online version of Encyclopædia Britannica
  • FAST ID: 235481
    authority control identifier in WorldCat's “FAST Linked Data” authority file
  • Academic Tree ID: 228197
    identifer on academictree.org
  • Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 12311646c
    identifier for the subject issued by BNF (Bibliothèque nationale de France). Format: 8 digits followed by a check-digit or letter, do not include the initial 'cb'.
  • SUDOC authorities ID: 079288561
    identifier for authority control in the French collaborative library catalog (see also P1025). Format: 8 digits followed by a digit or "X"
  • WikiTree person ID: Cooper-16605
    identifier for an person in the WikiTree genealogy website
  • SNAC Ark ID: w6xw4ncg
    identifier for items in the Social Networks and Archival Context system
  • Commons category: Vera Rubin
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  • SHARE Catalogue author ID: 52121
    identifier for authors in SHARE Catalogue, a linked data federated catalogue of several Southern Italy universities
  • Libraries Australia ID: 35435701
    identifier issued by the National Library of Australia (see also P1315 for the newer People Australia identifier). VIAF component. Format: 1-12 digits, removing leading zero-padding.
  • Store norske leksikon ID: okboomer
    identifier of an article in the online encyclopedia snl.no
  • Reference Link: http://www.nasonline.org/member-directory/deceased-members/51005.html
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  • Reference Link: https://www.nsf.gov/nsb/members/former.jsp
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  • Reference Link: http://www.pas.va/content/accademia/en/academicians/deceased/rubin.html
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  • Find A Grave memorial ID: 174497016
    identifier of an individual's burial place in the Find a Grave database
  • Reference Link: http://www.ajc.com/news/tech-science/pioneering-astronomer-vera-rubin-dies/DQjqxBSwWwrYBXHMTdiffK/
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    identifier for a page in the Freebase database. Format: "/m/0" followed by 2 to 7 characters. For those starting with "/g/", use Google Knowledge Graph identifier (P2671)
  • DUC ID: vera-rubin
    identifier for a noted woman on the online version of the ''Dictionnaire universel des créatrices''
  • DUC ID: vera-rubinl
    identifier for a noted woman on the online version of the ''Dictionnaire universel des créatrices''