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Joseph Louis Lagrange (1736-1813) mathematicien fondateur de polytechnique

The Standard Model Lagrangian equation - Encapsulating that theory's description of all elementary particles found to date.

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Joseph Louis Lagrange, originally considered a French Mathematician, was actually of an Italian descent. He was largely self-taught and pushed himself to reach the top of the ladder during the early 18th century. One of the most proficient mathematicians at the time, Lagrange was responsible for developing many theories related to mechanics and also studied the number system. He studied a wide variety of topics and was a published astronomer who studied the solar system in great depths. His…


Joseph-Louis Lagrange (Turin, 1736) was an Enlightenment Era mathematician and astronomer. He made significant contributions to the fields of analysis, number theory, and both classical and celestial mechanics. Lagrange's treatise "Mécanique Analytique" first published in 1788, offered the most comprehensive treatment of classical mechanics since Newton and formed a basis for the development of mathematical physics in the XIXth century.


Lagrange points are named in honor of Italian-French mathematician Joseph-Louis Lagrange. There are five special points where a small mass can orbit in a constant pattern with two larger masses. The Lagrange Points are positions where the gravitational pull of two large masses precisely equals the centripetal force required for a small object to move with them. This mathematical problem, known as the "General Three-Body Problem" was considered by Lagrange in his prize winning paper 1772

Joseph-Louis Lagrange (1736 — 1813) gênio da matemática e astrônomo italiano | Conhecido por Polinômio de Lagrange, função de Lagrange, mecânica de Lagrange, multiplicadores de Lagrange, pontos de Lagrange, teorema de Lagrange, nomes na Torre Eiffel | Autor de Méchanique Analytique (Mecânica Analítica), sua obra prima, projectada aos 19 anos, mas só publicada em Paris em 1788, quando Lagrange tinha cinquenta e dois anos

There are five other locations around a planet’s orbit where the gravitational forces and the orbital motion of the spacecraft, Sun and planet interact to create a stable location from which to make observations. These points are known as Lagrangian or ‘L’ points, after the 18th century Italian astronomer and mathematician Joseph-Louis Lagrange (born Giuseppe Luigi Lagrancia). Learn More: