Madge Gertrude Adam (Born: March 6, 1912; Died: August 25, 2001) was an English solar astronomer. She was "internationally known for her work on the nature of sunspots and on their magnetic fields." She worked at the University of Oxford in the Department of Astrophysics from 1937-1979.  She is a member of the Royal Astronomical Society.
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