Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking dies at 76

Stephen Hawking
HAWKING’S LEGACY Among Stephen Hawking’s most notable contributions to physics was the discovery that black holes are not really black.

Physicist Stephen Hawking, a black hole whisperer who divined secrets of the universe’s most inscrutable objects, died March 14 at age 76. In addition to his scientific research, Hawking, a professor at the University of Cambridge, was known for his popular science books, including the best-selling A Brief History of Time, which captivated readers with lucid explanations of the universe’s birth and the physical laws that rule the cosmos.

In one of his best-known discoveries, Hawking determined that black holes are not truly black….

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