Who Invented The Method Of Interferometry?

Who Invented The Method Of Interferometry?

 

Interferometry

Interferometry

Albert Michelson is an American Physicists who made researches on dividing the light into waves and again combining them.  For this process he even found a method Interferometry.  It is with the help of this method only, the area of planets in the space is calculated.  Albert Michelson was born in December 1852 in Prussia.  When he is at the age of two years, his family shifted to America.  In the 1873, Albert became a graduate and worked in American Navy.  After that he taught the Physics and Chemical sciences.  It is during that time, Albert showed a lot of interest in the research of light.  The idea he got into his mind is “ With how much speed the light can travel?”  With the available instruments of that time, Albert has calculated the speed of the light.

 

Later on, Albert worked as a Head for the Department of Physical sciences.  Then Albert became the First head of the department for the Chicago University in the year 1892.  Albert is the first American who bagged the Nobel Prize for Physical sciences in the year 1970.  Albert who can be placed in the list of the greatest people who paved the way for advanced knowledge is left from this world on May 9, 1931 in California.

 

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