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Abbe Alexis Kagame

Alexis (c. 375—275 bc)


Alexis Avery

Alexis Benoit Soyer (1810—1858) chef

Alexis Blane

Alexis Carrel (1873—1944) French surgeon and biologist

Alexis Claude Clairaut (1713—1765)

Alexis de Châteauneuf (1799—1853)

Alexis de Tocqueville (1805—1859)

Alexis Deveaux (b. 1948)

Alexis Herman (b. 1947)

Alexis Keller

Alexis Korner (1928—1984) blues singer and guitarist

Alexis Lefrançois (b. 1943)

Alexis, Legend of Saint

Alexis Loir (1640—1713)

Alexis Master (fl. c. 1110—1150) manuscript artist

Alexis Minotis (1900—1990)

Alexis Muenier (1863—1942)

Alexis of Moscow (1378)

Alexis of Rome

Alexis Piron (1689—1773)

Alexis Rassine (1919—1992)

Alexis Rockman (b. 1962)

Alexis Samuilovich Greig (1775—1845) naval officer in the Russian service

Alexis Simon Belle (1674—1734) portrait painter

Alexis Smith (b. 1949)

Alexis Smith (1921—1993)


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A small US Department of Energy satellite carrying six telescopes to map the soft X-ray and extreme ultraviolet background over the whole sky. ALEXIS (Array of Low-Energy X-ray Imaging Sensors) was launched in 1993 April. The mission ended in 2005 April.

http://alexis-www.lanl.gov/ Official mission website.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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