François Arago

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François Arago
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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 Seemetry, 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
Kent for Rotary polarization
Polariser
Eddy currents
Fresnel–Arago laws
Arago spot
Arago's rotations
Awairds Copley Medal
Scientific career
Fields Astronomy, mathematics, pheesics
Institutions Bureau des Longitudes, French Academy o Sciences, Paris Observatory
Patrons Siméon Denis Poisson
Pierre-Simon Laplace
Influences
Influenced
Signatur Signature de François Arago.svg

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