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English astronomer who pioneered radio astronomy (born in 1913)

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A 250-foot radio telescope is completed in England at the Jodrell Bank Observatory, which was established by Bernard Lovell in 1945.
The Lovell Telescope, as it is now called, honors Bernard Lovell, a radio-astronomy pioneer.
Alfred Charles Bernard Lovell born; an English physicist and radio astronomer; founder and Director of Jodrell Bank Observatory; studied cosmic rays.
Dear Editor, It is with great sadness that I hear of the death of Sir Bernard Lovell.
The celebrated physicist and radio astronomer Sir Bernard Lovell - after who the observatory's huge telescope is named - was 98.
Sir Bernard Lovell, Emeritus Professor of Radio astronomy, died on 6 August 2012 at the age of 98.
Engineers feature prominently, including a trio of knights: Sir Frank Whittle, Sir Bernard Lovell and Sir Christopher Cockerell--responsible respectively for the jet engine, Jodrell Bank radio telescope and the hovercraft.
Sir Bernard Lovell - one of Britain's top scientists in the cold war - was criticised for the spiralling cost of building the telescope in Cheshire.
1957: The massive radio telescope at Jodrell Bank, Cheshire, planned by Sir Bernard Lovell, went into operation.
According to a report in Telegraph, the Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank was set up to provide a 'four-minute warning' of missile attacks during the Cold War, its creator, Sir Bernard Lovell, has disclosed.
Professor Sir Bernard Lovell, who was in charge of the observatory's big dish when it tracked the first Sputnik 51 years ago, said: "It's wonderful news.
Jodrell Bank began life when Sir Bernard Lovell installed some old army radar equipment at the site in 1945, with the landmark Lovell telescope opening in 1957.
Bernard Lovell, director of the observatory, quickly borrowed a facsimile machine from Manchester's Daily Express newspaper, generated his own Luna 9 photographs of the Moon's surface, and released them to the press.
The Festival, that takes place on the first Sunday of August, commemorates the Viking raids on the northwestern coasts of Spain around 1000-years ago * MONDAY AUGUST 6: Sir Bernard Lovell, pioneering British physicist and astronomer and founder of the Jodrell Bank Observatory, died aged 98.
Sir Bernard Lovell, director of Jodrell Bank, on the importance of the Russian space landing on February 3,1966