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- Alfred Fowler (March 22, 1868 – June 24, 1940) was a British astronomer. He was an expert in spectroscopy, being one of the first to determine that the temperature of sunspots was cooler than that of surrounding regions.
- Sir Ralph Howard Fowler FRS (January 17, 1889 – July 28, 1944) was a British physicist and astronomer. He was chosen to become a scientific liaison to Canada and the United States. Fifteen Fellows of the Royal Society and three Nobel Laureates were supervised by Fowler between 1922 and 1939. At Cambridge he supervised the doctoral studies of 64 students.
- William Alfred "Willie" Fowler (1911-1995, American nuclear physicist and astrophysicist) is briefly mentioned in the article The Puzzle of Galactic Deuterium (Simon Mitton, New Scientist, 1973), see page 635 in Mysterious Universe, a handbook of astronomical anomalies (William R. Corliss, The Sourcebook Project, 1979). Another Fowler (or perhaps the same?) is mentioned on page 616 in the article Was there really a Big Bang? (G.Burbidge, Nature, 1971). - DannyCaes Apr 26, 2015