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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.

Eddington Medal
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  1. ^ "Eddington Medal Winners" (PDF). Royal Astronomical Society. Retrieved 15 January 2016.
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  3. ^ Jackson, J. (1955), "Address on the award of the Eddington Medal to Professor H. C. van de Hulst", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 115 (2): 202–203, Bibcode:1955MNRAS.115..202., doi:10.1093/mnras/115.2.202
  4. ^ Steavenson, W. H. (1958), "Society Business: Address on award of Eddington Medal", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 118 (4): 404–405, Bibcode:1958MNRAS.118..404., doi:10.1093/mnras/118.4.404
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  6. ^ "The award of The Eddington Medal to Dr R. d'E. Atkinson (address)", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 1: 26, 1960, Bibcode:1960QJRAS...1...26.
  7. ^ "The award of The Eddington Medal to Professor H. A. Bethe (address)", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 2: 107, 1961, Bibcode:1961QJRAS...2..107.
  8. ^ "The award of The Eddington Medal to Professor Andr\'e Lallemand (address)", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 3: 84, 1962, Bibcode:1962QJRAS...3...84.
  9. ^ "Award of Eddington Medal jointly to A. R. Sandage and M. Schwarzschild (address)", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 4: 180, 1963, Bibcode:1963QJRAS...4..180.
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  11. ^ "Pound R. V. awarded Eddington Medal", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 6: R123, 1965, Bibcode:1965QJRAS...6R.123.
  12. ^ "Award of Eddington Medal to R. Wildt (address)", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 7: 120, 1966, Bibcode:1966QJRAS...7..120.
  13. ^ "Award of Eddington Medal to R. F. Christy (address)", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 8: 129, 1967, Bibcode:1967QJRAS...8..129.
  14. ^ "Award of Eddington Medal to Robert Hanbury Brown and Richard Quintin Twiss (address)", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 9: 277, 1968, Bibcode:1968QJRAS...9..277.
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  16. ^ Lovell, B. (1970), "C. Hayashi received the Eddington Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 11: 88, Bibcode:1970QJRAS..11...88L
  17. ^ Lovell, B. (1971), "8D. G. King-Hele received the Eddington Medal", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 12: 138, Bibcode:1971QJRAS..12..138L
  18. ^ Hoyle, F. (1972), "P. Ledoux received the Eddington Medal", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 13: 485, Bibcode:1972QJRAS..13..485H
  19. ^ Blackwell, D. E. (1975), "Presidential Addresses on the Society's Awards", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 16: 356, Bibcode:1975QJRAS..16..356B
  20. ^ Cook, A. H. (1979), "W. Fowler received the Eddington Medal", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 20: 3, Bibcode:1979QJRAS..20....3C
  21. ^ Wolfendale, A. W. (1981), "Peebles P.J.E. / 1981 Eddington Medal / 1981MAY8 / Address of President", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 22: 350, Bibcode:1981QJRAS..22..350W
  22. ^ Hide, R. (1984), "Presentation of the Eddington Medal to Lynden-Bell 1984FEB10", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 25: 231, Bibcode:1984QJRAS..25..231H
  23. ^ Davies, R. D. (1988), "Eddington Medal to Paczynski 1987OCT9", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 29: 97, Bibcode:1988QJRAS..29...97D
  24. ^ Pounds, K. A. (1991), "R.A.S. Eddington Medal to Iben-Jr - 1991MAY10", Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, 32: 353, Bibcode:1991QJRAS..32..353P
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