Antony Hewish, astronomer who won Nobel Prize for the discovery of pulsars, dies at 97

The invention was a scientific breakthrough, though his Nobel was controversial. Some stated not less than a share of the prize ought to have gone to one among his graduate college students. | Antony Hewish, astronomer who gained Nobel Prize for the invention of pulsars, dies at 97

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