Space scientist Stephen Hawking died

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HeĀ  died at the age of 76. He is best known for his ‘Big Bang’ cosmic explosions and ‘Brief History of Time’.

The BBC reported on 13 March that theoretical physicist – scientist Stephen Hawking died.

“We are deeply saddened by our beloved father who left today,” his family – Lucy, Robert and Tim confirmed.

“He is a great scientist and an extraordinary man, his research and heritage will continue for some time.”

Lucy, Robert, and Tim also praised Stephen Hawking’s “courage and persistence”, stating that his “creativity and humor” has inspired people around the world.

Despite mental illness, Stephen Hawking persisted in pursuit of research and made great contributions to science. Photo: BBC / RICHARD ANSETT

As soon as he died, many expressed regret on the social network: “A monument of science, never known to have someone can shoulder his work. His books are too corpulent and extraordinary “; “A man of extraordinary strength, he is an example for all our children and grandchildren.”

Stephen Hawking was born on January 8, 1942, is a theoretical physicist, world famous cosmologist.

He is known for his groundbreaking work on black holes and general relativity, and has authored several well-known scientific books.

He is referred to as the “Big Bang” cosmic explosion and the book ” The History of Time” written about the universe. This is known as the “best sellers have not read”, meaning many readers have owned it but most people do not “eat” the amount of scientific knowledge in it, even can not read it.

For a variety of reasons, both scientifically and personally, Hawking is considered one of the most brilliant scientists alive, with many books and even films about him.

In 1963, Stephen Hawking was diagnosed with motor neurone disease and was diagnosed with only a few years to live. But he still stands today, and continues to shine in the cause of science.

Many people who have worked with him have praised the professor with disabilities as “very humane, fun and humorous”.

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