|Born||May 17, 1836, Rugby, Warwickshire, England|
|Died||August 16, 1920, Salcombe Regis, Devon, England|
|Institutions||Imperial College London|
|Known for||Discovery of helium Founder of Journal, Nature|
|Notable awards||Rumford Medal (1874), Janssen Medal (1889)|
Astronomer Norman Lockyer was born in England on May 17, 1836. He dies at the age of 84, on August 16, 1920.
English physicist and astronomer who founded the journal Nature and is credited with discovering the gas helium.
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Norman Lockyer was born in the Zodiac sign Taurus (The Bull), and 1836 is also the year of Monkey (猴) in the Chinese Zodiac.
He worked for the British War Office as a civil servant.
He led eight solar eclipse trips, including one to Sicily in 1870 and another to India in 1871.
He married Winifred James and moved to South London with her.
Chemist William Ramsay discovered terrestrial helium ten years after he discovered gaseous helium.
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