Today’s Google Doodle honors Indian-American Scientist

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Today’s Google doodle honors Nobel Prize winner Subrahmanyam Chandrasekhar on his 107th birth anniversary. In 1983, he won the Nobel Prize in Physics along with William A Fowler for his work in astrophysics. Specifically, his studies on the physical processes important to the structure and evolution of stars was recognized by the Nobel Committee. His paternal uncle was the famous physicist C.V. Raman.

Read here to learn more about his life and work.


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