François Arago

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François Arago
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Arago Francois portrait.jpg
Preses o the Executive Commission
Co-Prince o Andorrae
In office
9 Mey 1848 – 28 Juin 1848
Prime Meenister Himself
Precedit bi Jacques-Charles Dupont
Succeedit bi Louis-Eugène Cavaignac
Meenister o War
In office
5 Apryle 1848 – 11 Mey 1848
Prime Meenister Jacques-Charles Dupont
Precedit bi Louis-Eugène Cavaignac
Succeedit bi Adolphe Charras
Meenister o the Navy
In office
24 Februar 1848 – 4 Mey 1848
Prime Meenister Jacques-Charles Dupont
Precedit bi Louis Napoléon Lannes
Succeedit bi Joseph Grégoire Casy
Member o the Constituent Assembly
for Seine
In office
4 Mey 1848 – 26 Mey 1849
Precedit bi Constutuency creautit
Succeedit bi Felicité Robert de Lamennais
Constituency Paris
Member o the Chaumer o Deputes
for Pyrénées-Orientales
In office
6 Julie 1831 – 24 Februar 1848
Precedit bi Hippolyte Durand
Succeedit bi Emmanuel Arago
Constituency Perpignan
Personal details
Born 26 Februar 1786(1786-02-26)
Estagel, Roussillon, Fraunce
Dee'd 2 October 1853(1853-10-02) (aged 67)
Paris, Seine, French Empire
Restin place Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris
Poleetical pairty Moderate Republican
Spoose(s) Lucie Carrier-Besombes (m. 1811; d. 1829)
Bairns Emmanuel Arago
Alfred
Gabriel
Alma mater École Polytechnique
Profession Astronomer, pheesicist, mathematician
Religion Roman Catholicism
Scienteefic career
Fields Astronomy, mathematics, pheesics
Institutions Bureau des Longitudes, French Academy o Sciences, Paris Observatory
Patrons Siméon Denis Poisson
Pierre-Simon Laplace
Kent for Rotary polarization
Polariser
Eddy currents
Fresnel–Arago laws
Arago spot
Arago's rotations
Influences
Influenced
Notable awairds Copley Medal
Signatur

Dominique François Jean Arago (Catalan: Domènec Francesc Joan Aragó), kent semply as François Arago (French: [fʁɑ̃swa aʁaɡo]; Catalan: Francesc Aragó, IPA: [fɾənˈsɛsk əɾəˈɣo]) (26 Februar 1786 – 2 October 1853), wis a French mathematician, pheesicist, astronomer, freemason,[1] supporter o the carbonari[2] an politeecian.

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  1. Victor SCHOELCHER Républicain et franc-maçon, Anne GIROLLET, ed. Maçonnique Française, p. 26
  2. Dictionnaire universel de la Franc-Maçonnerie By Monique Cara, Jean-Marc Cara, Marc Jode