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Noun1.Sir Bernard Lovell - English astronomer who pioneered radio astronomy (born in 1913)Sir Bernard Lovell - English astronomer who pioneered radio astronomy (born in 1913)
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Sir Bernard Lovell, the leader of the team which built the telescope, died in 2012 aged 98.
1957: The Radio telescope at Jodrell Bank, Cheshire, planned by Sir Bernard Lovell, went into operation.
Back in the 1950s, the telescope was the brainchild of the astronomer Sir Bernard Lovell and the engineer Charles Husband.
1957: The Radio telescope at Jodrell Bank, |Cheshire, planned by Sir Bernard Lovell, went into operation.
Sir Bernard Lovell (OBE FRS) 1913-2012; Vol 71, nos.
Sir Bernard Lovell, a British astrophysicist, said it could "tear the individual's mind as under.
London, August 8 ( ANI ): Radio astronomer, sir Bernard Lovell died peacefully surrounded by his family at home in Cheshire, on Monday.
CELEBRATED physicist and radio astronomer Sir Bernard Lovell has died at the age of 98, it was revealed yesterday.
Physicist Sir Bernard Lovell, who helped develop radar during the Second World War, started building the telescope that bears his name in 1945.
The quotes from the scientific community came thick and fast including Sir Bernard Lovell, head of the Jodrell Bank Observatory, who said: "This is the greatest achievement in the history of man.