astrophysicist


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an astronomer who studies the physical properties of celestial bodies

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Mr Alvi, a young astrophysicist, introduced himself with a pop culture reference talking to the young people in the crowd, he said that he was like Dr Sheldon Cooper from the hit TV show Big Bang Theory but unlike the show's character, he was not a socially awkward scientist.
London [UK], Oct 19 ( ANI ): Thursday's Doodle celebrates the 107th birth anniversary of Indian American astrophysicist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, who won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1983 for his theory on the evolution of stars.
The follow-up series was presented by astrophysicist (http://www.
He and astrophysicist Patrick Dufour of the University of Montreal estimate that calcium carbonate could have accounted for up to 9 percent of the doomed world's mass.
Pakistani-born astrophysicist started working on gravitational waves at MIT Physics department in 2002.
The fact that such a large celestial body with the potential to cause significant damage if it were to hit our planet was discovered just 21 days before passing near the Earth, demonstrates the need to watch the sky," said Detlef Koschny, astrophysicist at the European Space Agency (ESA).
But, instead of wallowing in bitterness, she has spent her life nurturing young astrophysicists and encouraging women into science.
UAE: The UAE's mission to send a probe to Mars in 2021 will be a giant leap for the entire Arab world, say leading astrophysicists in the UAE.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Astrophysicists have released an unprecedented map of the entire sky that charts the magnetic field shaping our Milky Way Galaxy.
Jonathan Fortney, an American astrophysicist working on Kepler mission commented: "I have pretty good intuition for what the likely composition of a planet is based on its size, but the application allows anyone to explore the properties of many different planets very quickly.
Geoffrey Burbidge (24 September 1925--26 January 2010) was a famous--and in recent years, controversial--theoretical astrophysicist who worked at the University of California, San Diego.
Readers will fall into the plot as main character Professor Percival Marlowe, an incredibly intellectual astrophysicist is nearing death without having the closure of finishing his greatest discovery.
Mike Shara, an astrophysicist (scientist who studies the universe) at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, is an expert on cosmic collisions.
Astrophysicist Sallie Baliunas delivers an update on the state of global warming--and takes the temperature of overwrought climate alarmists in "Full of Hot Air" (page 64).
Whenever the universe flinches, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson fields a barrage of calls from national media for comment.
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