Author Topic: Hawkings on Zero Gravity... : Weightless Hawking like kid in candy store  (Read 3555 times)

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xnepali

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After years of writing about the universe, world-renowned physicist, cosmologist and best-selling author Professor Stephen Hawking has finally had the closest thing to an out-of-this-world experience most of us will ever experience – a zero G flight thanks to Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-G) and sponsors ‘Space Florida’ and ‘The Sharper Image’.



It is nice to see this guy in space..

source: -- well there are a lot.. just google Hawking and you will be showred with news.
pic source: http://www.itwire.com.au/content/view/11641/1066/

tundikhel

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RIP Hawking

old  post ;)

samir211

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Delusion  :( :(
#sad #day

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Cosmic coincidence on π :o
 #Stephen Hawking died on a day that is cosmically connected to Albert Einstein and Pi
Jeremy Berke 

Physicist Stephen Hawking passed away at the age of 76 on Wednesday morning.
March 14 is also Albert Einstein's birthday, and it's celebrated as Pi Day in the US.
Hawking is survived by his three children and remembered as a physicist who reshaped our understanding of the cosmos and our place in it.
Stephen Hawking, the legendary theoretical physicist, passed away in his home in Cambridge early Wednesday morning at the age of 76.

Coincidentally, Hawking died on Albert Einstein's birthday. Einstein, a venerated theoretical physicist from an earlier era, also passed away at age 76.

March 14 is also celebrated as Pi Day in the US, in honor of the mathematical constant that whose first digits are 3.14.Pi day

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