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(1919- ) Astrophysicist
|Birth||August 12, 1919|
|1939||B.Sc., University of London|
|1943||Ph.D., astrophysics, University of London|
|1946-51|| Assistant Director and Acting Director, University of|
|1954-57||Fellow, California Institute of Technology|
|1959|| Associate Professor of Astronomy, University of Chicago;|
Helen B. Warner Prize
|1964|| Professor, University of California, San Diego (UCSD);|
Fellow, the Royal Society