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List of exoplanets discovered in 2020

This list of exoplanets discovered in 2020 is a list of confirmed exoplanets that were first observed in 2020. For exoplanets detected only by radial velocity, the listed value for mass is a lower limit. See Minimum mass for more information.

                                               

George Paulett

George Paulett was the son of Sir Hugh Paulett, Governor of Jersey, and his wife Philippa Pollard, daughter of Sir Lewis Pollard 1465–1540 and Agnes Hext. Georges older brother was Sir Amias Paulet, Governor of Jersey, and the gaoler for Mary, Qu ...

                                               

Queen Annes Summer Palace

Queen Annes Summer Palace, sometimes called Belvedere, is a Renaissance building located in the Royal Garden of Prague Castle in the Czech Republic.

                                               

Charles II

Charles II may refer to: Charles II, Elector Palatine 1651–1685 Charles II, Count of Nevers died 1521 Charles II of Sweden 1409–1470, usually called Charles VIII Landgrave Charles of Hesse-Kassel 1744–1836 Charles II, Count of Alençon 1297–1346 C ...

                                               

2003 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election

The 2003 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly election was held on 26 February 2003. The north-east Indian states seventh Legislative Assembly election saw major changes with 28 sitting members and two former Chief Ministers losing their seats. The ele ...

                                               

Robert White

Robert White guitarist 1936–1994, Motown session guitarist Rusty White Robert L. White, born 1945, founder of the Robb Report Robert White comedian Robert White Johnson, American songwriter Robert White sculptor 1921–2002, American sculptor Bobby ...

                                               

Cura

Center for Urban and Regional Analysis CURA, Ohio State University Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs CURA, founded by Peter L. Berger at Boston University

                                               

Avenue Ledru Rollin

Ledru-Rollin Avenue is a street situated in the neighbourhoods of Quinze-Vingts of the 12th arrondissement and Sainte-Marguerite and Roquette of the 11th arrondissement of Paris.

                                               

Kara Tepe

Kara Tepe is a Buddhist archaeological site in the Central Asia region of Bactria, in the Termez oasis near the city of Termez in southern Uzbekistan. The foundations of the site date to the 1st century CE, with a peak of activity around the 3rd ...

                                               

Thomas Cave

Thomas Cave may refer to: Sir Thomas Cave died 1609 1540–1609, MP for Leicester Sir Thomas Cave, 5th Baronet 1712–1778, his son, British MP for Leicestershire 1741–1747 and 1762–1774 Sir Thomas Cave, 3rd Baronet 1681–1719, British MP for Leiceste ...

                                               

Pauwels

Emmanuel Pauwels 1903–?, Belgian competitive sailor Thierry Pauwels born 1957, Belgian astronomer Jose Pauwels 1928–2012, Belgian racing cyclist Isabelle Pauwels born 1950, Belgian-born Canadian video artist Peter-Frans Pauwels born 1965, Dutch e ...

                                               

Hector MacLean

Many chiefs of Clan Maclean have been called Hector or Eachann, including: Hector Og Maclean, 13th Chief c. 1540-1573, also known as "Hector the Younger" Red Hector of the Battles Maclean 1368–1411, 6th Clan Chief, killed at the Battle of Harlaw, ...

                                               

Hispanic Presence in Utah

The state of Utah has an increasingly diverse population, home to hundreds of thousands of Hispanic/Latinx people who share ancestry from Latin American countries. It is estimated that there are roughly 383.400 residents of Hispanic/Latinx descen ...

                                               

Richard Weston

Sir Richard Weston Royalist 1579–1652, English judge and politician Richard Weston MP for Stafford 1608/9-1652, Royalist soldier and politician, MP for Stafford UK Parliament constituency in 1640 Richard Weston died 1681 1620–1681, English MP Ric ...

                                               

Francis Browne (disambiguation)

Francis Browne, was an Irish photographer and Jesuit priest. Francis or Frank Browne may also refer to: Francis Browne MP for Bodmin fl. 1560s, MP for Bodmin Francis Fisher Browne 1843–1913, American editor, poet, and critic Francis Aubrey Browne ...

                                               

John Anthony

John Anthony may refer to: John D. Anthony born 1976, Illinois politician Jack Anthony footballer born 1988, Australian rules footballer for Collingwood and Fremantle John Anthony footballer born 1953, Australian rules footballer for St Kilda Joh ...

                                               

Ontario Council of University Libraries

The Ontario Council of University Libraries is an academic library consortium of Ontario’s 21 university libraries located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Formed in 1967, OCUL member institutions work together to maximize the expertise and resources ...

                                               

R. L. DiNardo

Richard L DiNardo is an author and historian. He authored books about significant events in the 19th/20th Century, such as World War I, World War II, and other related events. He has worked with other author-historians, such as Daniel J. Hughes, ...

                                               

Robert Galbraith

Robert Galbraith may refer to: Robert Galbraith Heath 1915–1999, American psychiatrist Robert Galbraith Medal of Honor 1878–1949, United States Navy Gunners Mate, 3rd class Robert Galbraith 1483−1544, Scottish logician J. K. Rowling born 1965; pe ...

                                               

Margaret More

Margaret More or Moore may refer to: Margaret More composer 1903-1966, Welsh composer, daughter-in-law of Sir Granville Bantock Margaret Hodges, nee Moore, 1911–2005, American author Maggie Moore 1851–1926, American-Australian actress Margaret Ca ...

                                               

Succession to the Crown Act

The Succession to the Crown Act, or Act of Succession, may refer to a number of pieces of English law passed in the reign of Henry VIII: The Succession to the Crown Act 1533 25 Hen. 8 c.22 The Succession to the Crown Act 1543 35 Hen. 8 c.1 often ...

                                               

Juanes (disambiguation)

Juanes is a Colombian musician, member of the rock band Ekhymosis and now a solo artist. Juanes may also refer to: People Angel Juanes Peces born 1947, Spanish judge who served as President of the Audiencia Nacional 2009-2014 and as first Vice Pr ...

                                               

Damon Phillips

Damon J. Phillips is an American business strategist and sociologist, and the Lambert Family Professor of Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School.

                                               

John Gerrard

John Gerrard or Gerard may refer to: John M. Gerrard born 1953, American judge Jon Gerrard born 1947, Canadian politician and doctor John Gerrard Baptist 1720–1787, American Baptist preacher and church founder, after whom Gerrardstown, West Virgi ...

                                               

Dolce Vita

The First Intimate Contact 1998, also known as Dolce Vita, novel by Taiwanese author Pi Zicai "The experience of this sweet life" from Dante Alighieris Divine Comedy, Canto XX, lines 47–48

                                               

Rem

Reichserziehungsministerium, in Nazi Germany, unofficially known as the Reich Education Ministry REM Island, an offshore platform and home of the pirate stations Radio and TV Noordzee Reiss Engelhorn Museum, Germany La Republique En Marche!, a Fr ...

                                               

Two Songs

Two Songs, 1917-18, settings of Rupert Brooke Two Songs for Voice, Viola and Piano, Op. 91 by Brahms 1884 Two Songs, 1916, settings of Eric Thirkell Cooper Two Songs, 1920, settings of Aldous Huxley and Sir Philip Sidney Two Songs, 1928, settings ...

                                               

Kalpana Viswanath

Kalpana Viswanath is a social entrepreneur in India. She is the co-founder and CEO of Safetipin, a social enterprise which uses technology and apps to collect data for the safe movement of women in urban spaces. Viswanath is on the advisory board ...

                                               

Pampas Grande

Pampas Grande, founded as San Jeronimo de Pampas, It is a Peruvian town, capital of the homonymous district, located in the central part of the so-called Callejon de Huaylas in the Ancash region, about 4 hours from Huaraz and 9 from Lima. It has ...

                                               

Aladza Mosque

The Aladza Mosque is a mosque in Foca in the east of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is considered one of the most architecturally important in the European part of the Ottoman Empire, the then Rumelia, and one of the three most important mosques in B ...

                                               

233rd

233rd or 233d may refer to: 233rd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, part-time unit of Britains Royal Field Artillery created in 1908 as part of the Territorial Force 233rd Brigade United Kingdom, infantry formation of the British Army in World War ...

                                               

George Nichols

George Nicholls British politician 1864–1943, British Member of Parliament for North Northamptonshire, 1906–1910 George Nichols American politician 1827–1907, Vermont physician, politician, and educator George Nichols Australian politician 1809–1 ...

                                               

Ephraim Zalman Shor

Ephraim Zalman Shor was a 16th-century Czech rabbi who is best known for his rabbinic work on koshrut and the proper ritual slaughter of animals called Tevuot Shor.

                                               

Alexander Montgomerie (disambiguation)

Alexander Montgomerie was a Scottish Jacobean courtier and poet Alexander Montgomerie may also refer to: Alexander Montgomerie Bell 1806–1866, Scottish writer on law Alexander Montgomerie, 6th Earl of Eglinton 1588–1661 For any of the Earls of Eg ...

                                               

Elizabeth Watts (printer)

The early life of Elizabeth Watts is unknown, the first record of her is when she succeeded her first husband as printer and bookseller, Richard Watts, after his death in November 1762. The couple had four sons and a daughter. On 14 February 1768 ...

                                               

Daniel Graisberry

Daniel Graisberry was born in Drumcondra, Dublin around 1740. He was the son of William Graisberry, a printer, and Elizabeth Graisberry. He was admitted to the Guild of St Luke on 24 August 1775 having completed his apprenticeship under Hugh Grie ...

                                               

John Bond

John Bond 1678–1744, British MP for Corfe Castle, 1721–1722 John Bond MP for Coventry, MP for Coventry John Bond 1802–1844, British MP for Corfe Castle, 1823–1828 John Bond 1753–1824, British MP for Corfe Castle, 1780–1801 John Bond MP for Leomin ...

                                               

Thomas Harris (disambiguation)

Thomas K. Harris died 1816, US congressman from Tennessee Thomas Harris died 1622, MP for Maldon Thomas Alexander Harris 1826–1895, Confederate politician & Missouri State Guard Confederate general Thomas Harris mayor 1817–1884, Canadian mayor of ...

                                               

Ruth Graisberry

Ruth Graisberry was born Ruth McCormack or McCormick. In May 1797, she married Daniel Graisberry, son of printers Daniel and Mary Graisberry. The couple had five daughters. The Graisberrys were partnered with Daniels brother-in-law, Richard Campb ...

                                               

Tonio Andrade

How Taiwan became Chinese: Dutch, Spanish, and Han colonization in the seventeenth century. Columbia University Press, 2008. The Gunpowder Age: China, Military Innovation, and the Rise of the West in World History. Princeton University Press, 201 ...

                                               

Khakau (kings son)

Khakau {xa kAw; also Khakaw} was a kings son in the Thirteenth Dynasty. He was the brother of king Sobekhotep III and part of a powerful family taking power in a time of political turmoil in Upper Egypt.

                                               

Russian Civil War (disambiguation)

The Russian Civil War, 1917–22, was a multi-party civil war in the former Russian Empire immediately after the two Russian Revolutions of 1917, as many factions vied to determine Russias political future. Civil wars in the Russian Tsardom include ...

                                               

Fumio Takei

Fumio Takei is a distinguished scientist at the Provincial Health Services Authority and Terry Fox Laboratory in BC Cancer Research Center in Vancouver. He is also a Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of British Colu ...

                                               

Robert Constable (disambiguation)

Robert Constable was an English nobleman during the Tudor period. Robert Constable may also refer to: Robert Constable died 1591, MP for Nottinghamshire and Nottingham Robert Lee Constable, professor of computer science Bob Constable footballer b ...

                                               

Richard Morgan

Richard Morgan may refer to: Dick Thompson Morgan 1853–1920, U.S. Representative from Oklahoma Richard Morgan MP fl. 1593, Member of Parliament MP for Montgomery Boroughs Richard K. Morgan born 1965, British science fiction author Richie Morgan b ...

                                               

Samira Mubareka

Samira Mubareka is a Canadian microbiologist who is a clinical scientist at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Her research considers the influenza virus, viral transmission and aerobiology. During the 2019–20 coronavirus ...

                                               

Megan Rosenbloom

Megan Curran Rosenbloom is an American medical librarian and expert on anthropodermic bibliopegy – the practice of binding books in human skin. She is a team member of The Anthropodermic Book Project, a group which scientifically tests skin-bound ...

                                               

Guanine tetrad

In molecular biology, a guanine tetrad is a structure composed of four guanine bases in a square planar array. They most prominently contribute to the structure of G-quadruplexes, where their hydrogen bonding stabilizes the structure. Usually, th ...

                                               

AAL

American Airlines Group, AAL is the NASDAQ stock code for the airline holding company Anglo American plc, AAL is the London Stock Exchange stock code for the large mining enterprise Aid Association for Lutherans, one of the companies that formed ...

                                               

List of wars named after animals

This is a list of wars named after animals - Pig War 1859 Battle of the Camel Oyster Wars Dog Tax War War of the Stray Dog 1925 Sheep Wars Crow War named after a tribe Crab Wars Pig War 1906–08 Hook and Cod wars Saukrieg "Pig War" of 1555–1558 Wa ...