Mount Michelson is a high peak in the Romanzof Mountains, part of the Brooks Range of northern Alaska in the United States. It is located about 15 miles (24 km) north of the highest peak in the range, Mount Isto. In 2015 new measurement show that Mount Michelson is the fourth highest mountain at the range, measuring at 8852 feet (2698.1 meter).
The mountain was named by E. de K. Leffingwell, between 1906 and 1914, for Professor Albert Abraham Michelson, an American scientist.
By elevation Mount Michelson is
# 3 out of 232 in North Slope # 3 out of 87 in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge # 3 out of 479 in the Brooks Range
By prominence Mount Michelson is
# 38 out of 232 in North Slope # 23 out of 87 in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
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