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Family, friends and public gather for funeral of physicist Stephen Hawking

Sydney Morning Herald Saturday, 31 March 2018
Well-wishers filled the streets of Cambridge on Saturday for the funeral of British physicist Stephen Hawking, hailed by another leading scientist as "an imprisoned mind roaming the cosmos".
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On Saturday, well-wishers gathered in the streets of Cambridge for the funeral of British physicist Stephen Hawking, one of the most celebrated scientists of his era. The work of Hawking, who lived with Motor Neurone Disease since he was 21 years-old, ranged from the origins of the universe, through...

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