Sir Bernard Lovell


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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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It honours the pioneering work of Sir Bernard Lovell and the early scientists here, together with the world-leading research that continues to this day.
UNESCO's decision is the highest value given to Sir Bernard Lovell and other leading scholars.
1957: The Radio telescope at Jodrell Bank, Cheshire, planned by Sir Bernard Lovell, went into operation.
The youngster, who attended Sir Bernard Lovell school in Oldland Common, Bristol, did not go to all her lessons between June and December last year.
Sir Bernard Lovell, the leader of the team which built the telescope, died in 2012 aged 98.
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.
The Princess Royal Range, Attenborough Strait (after Sir David Attenborough), Lovell Glacier (after the astronomer Sir Bernard Lovell)--as well as thematic names, such as those of polar geomorphologists (Bentley Peak, Clapperton Ridge, Sugden Ridge).
* Sir Bernard Lovell (OBE FRS) 1913-2012; Vol 71, nos.
SIR BERNARD LOVELL, 99Astronomer who developed the Jodrell Bank radio telescope, which was later named after him, died following a short illness on August 6.SID WADDELL, 72The voice of darts well known for his one-liners.