Astrology Data, Zodiac Sign, Natal Birth Chart, Kundli, and Horoscope
Thu, Nov 10, 1904
Time of Birth:
Unknown (using Noon)
Place of Birth:
Paisley, Ontario, Canada
Marshall Kay (November 10, 1904 – September 4, 1975) was a geologist and professor at Columbia University. He is best known for his studies of the Ordovician of New York, Newfoundland, and Nevada, but his studies were global and he published widely on the stratigraphy of the middle and upper Ordovician. Kay's careful fieldwork provided much geological evidence for the theory of continental drift. He was awarded the Penrose Medal in 1971. Less well known is his work for the Manhattan Project, as a geologist searching for manganese deposits. Marshall's son Robert Kay of Cornell University, daughter Elizabeth (Kay) Berner of University of Connecticut and son-in-law Robert Berner of Yale University are also geology professors. His son Richard Kay of Duke University is a biological anthropologist and vertebrate paleontologist.
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Astrological aspects and planetary data / tags for Marshall Kay: Sun 17 Scorpio, Moon 27 Sagittarius, Mercury 23 Scorpio, Venus 20 Sagittarius, Mars 24 Virgo, Jupiter 22 Aries, Saturn 14 Aquarius, Uranus 27 Sagittarius, Neptune 7 Cancer, Pluto 21 Gemini, Mercury Quincunx Jupiter, Sun Conjunct Mercury, Mercury Quincunx Pluto, Sun Square Saturn, Mercury Sextile Mars, Mercury Sesquiquadrate Neptune, Venus Square Mars, Venus Trine Jupiter, Venus Opposition Pluto, Mars Quincunx Jupiter, Mars Square Uranus, Mars Square Pluto, Jupiter Sextile Pluto, Saturn Semi Square Uranus
Categories related to Marshall Kay: Columbia University alumni, New Jersey, November 10 births, Columbia University faculty, 1975 deaths, 1904 births, Tectonicists, People from Leonia, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory people, 20th-century American geologists, American geologist stubs, Penrose Medal winners, Stratigraphy
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