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Viktor Ambartsumian

1908-1996
Rusija
Astronomija

one of the founders of theoretical astrophysics; first to suggest that T Tauri stars are very young and that nearby stellar associations are expanding
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Grote Reber

1911-2002
JAV
Astronomija

built the first radio telescope (a parabolic reflector 31 feet in diameter), thereby becoming the first radio astronomer
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Carl K. Seyfert

1911-1960
JAV
Astronomija

discovered the first active galaxy, part of a group now called Seyfert galaxies
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John A. Wheeler

1911-2008
JAV
Astronomija

made theoretical contributions to understanding of quantum gravity; coined the term ``black hole''; introduced the concept of ``spacetime foam''
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Karl F. von Weizsacker

1912-2005
Vokietija
Astronomija

contributed to the development of the model nebular theory for the formation of the solar system; proposed (with Hans Bethe) the proton-proton reaction as the thermonuclear energy source for the sun
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James A. Van Allen

1914-2006
JAV
Astronomija

a space scientist best known for discovering the Earth's magnetosphere
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Robert H. Dicke

1916-1997
JAV
Astronomija

proposed that radiation near 1-cm wavelength is left over from the hot Big Bang; invented the microwave radiometer, used to detect this radiation
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George H. Herbig

1920-
JAV
Astronomija

independently discovered the Herbig-Haro objects, which are gas clouds associated with young stars
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E. Margaret Burbidge

1919-
Jungtinė Karalystė
Astronomija

performed observational research on the spectra of quasars and other peculiar galaxies; contributed to understanding of stellar nucleosynthesis
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Thomas Gold

1920-
JAV
Astronomija

contributed to our understanding of cosmology, the nature of pulsars as rotating neutron stars, and the origin of planetary hydrocarbons

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