Professor Charles Bennett Of John Hopkins University Wins #BreakthroughPrize in Fundamental Physics

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Professor Charles Bennett Of John Hopkins University Wins #BreakthroughPrize in Fundamental Physics

#BreakthroughPrize : Professor Charles Bennett , an observational astrophysicist , Physics and Astronomy and a Gilman Scholar at Johns Hopkins University has emerged winner of BreakThroughPrize in fundamental Physics .. See Details;

                                          

Congratulations to Professor Charles Bennett for winning the #BreakthroughPrize in Fundamental Physics this evening! He led a scientific mission that used a NASA probe to measure the universe in several different ways, helping to establish the Standard Model of Cosmology. Bennett and his team provided the first-ever detailed, full-sky “baby picture” of the universe when it was only 380,000 years old. The patterns in this picture provided precise answers to many longstanding questions about our universe.
He and the team will share a $3 million prize — the most lucrative prize in science. He will receive the award at a star-studded black-tie ceremony tonight in Palo Alto, California, hosted by actor Morgan Freeman. Actresses Kerry Washington and Mila Kunis, actor Ashton Kutcher, filmmaker Ron Howard, and hip-hop artist artist Wiz Khalifa will also take part in the ceremony.
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#Physics #Astronomy #Astrophysics #Science #Cosmology #NASA #space

Breaking News: Congratulations to Professor Charles Bennett for winning the #BreakthroughPrize in Fundamental Physics this evening! He led a scientific mission that used a NASA probe to measure the universe in several different ways, helping to establish the Standard Model of Cosmology. Bennett and his team provided the first-ever detailed, full-sky “baby picture” of the universe when it was only 380,000 years old. The patterns in this picture provided precise answers to many longstanding questions about our universe. He and the team will share a $3 million prize — the most lucrative prize in science. He will receive the award at a star-studded black-tie ceremony tonight in Palo Alto, California, hosted by actor Morgan Freeman. Actresses Kerry Washington and Mila Kunis, actor Ashton Kutcher, filmmaker Ron Howard, and hip-hop artist artist Wiz Khalifa will also take part in the ceremony. . . #Physics #Astronomy #Astrophysics #Science #Cosmology #NASA #space
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