Wilhelm Anderson

1880 - 1940

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Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Wilhelm Anderson has received more than 19,127 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Wilhelm Anderson is the 425th most popular astronomer (down from 380th in 2019), the 119th most popular biography from Belarus and the most popular Belarusian Astronomer.

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Among astronomers, Wilhelm Anderson ranks 425 out of 532Before him are Joel Stebbins, Beatrice Tinsley, Jean-Louis Pons, Philibert Jacques Melotte, Harold D. Babcock, and Aristarkh Belopolsky. After him are Horace W. Babcock, James L. Elliot, Lyudmila Karachkina, John Dobson, George O. Abell, and Herbert Hall Turner.

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Among people born in 1880, Wilhelm Anderson ranks 152Before him are Majit Gafuri, Frederick Lane, Vlastimil Tusar, Francis de Miomandre, Samuel Hoare, 1st Viscount Templewood, and Philibert Jacques Melotte. After him are Frances Perkins, Walter Brack, Lipót Fejér, Arthur Dove, Dezső Földes, and W. T. Cosgrave. Among people deceased in 1940, Wilhelm Anderson ranks 131Before him are Smedley Butler, Otto Toeplitz, Robert Emden, Heinrich Kayser, Hendrik Marsman, and Krishna Raja Wadiyar IV. After him are Nikola Ivanov, Johnny Dodds, István Énekes, Leopold Skulski, Bob Glendenning, and Eric Gill.

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In Belarus

Among people born in Belarus, Wilhelm Anderson ranks 119 out of 274Before him are Hayder of Crimea (null), Valeriya Novodvorskaya (1950), Tamara Tyshkevich (1931), Lev Schnirelmann (1905), Boris Gelfand (1968), and Sergey Gritsevets (1909). After him are Sergei Sidorsky (1954), Sofya Yanovskaya (1896), Boris Galerkin (1871), Mikhail Chigir (1948), Nina Andrycz (1912), and Syarhey Rumas (1969).

Among ASTRONOMERS In Belarus

Among astronomers born in Belarus, Wilhelm Anderson ranks 1