Chandrasekhar Subrahmanyan

Chan·dra·se·khar

 (shän′drə-sā′kär, chŭn′drə-shā′kər), Subrahmanyan 1910-1995.
Indian-born American astrophysicist who shared a 1983 Nobel Prize for his work on the structure and evolution of stars, especially his theories concerning the development of white dwarves.