Edward O. Hulburt: Frederick Ives Medalist, 1955

John N. Howard

Edward O. Hulburt, recipient of the 1955 Frederick Ives Medal, was a pioneer in atmospheric research. He is best known for his rocket experiments that examined ultraviolet and X-radiation in the ionosphere and for establishing optics research at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

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