Stephen Hawking’s funeral will be in Cambridge today

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The final funeral of Stephen Hawking, a science teacher who has made great contributions in the field of black hole and singularity and the theory of relativity, will be done in a church near the University of Cambridge College on Saturday, solving complex mysteries.

This college has been an academic home for more than 50 years of Hawking’s. His funeral will be performed at a very personal level. One of the well-known scientists and writers of the world, Hawking took a last breath in his Cambridge home on March 14 at the age of 76. According to the wishes of the children of Hawking, their final action (funeral service) was done at a very private level at the University of St Mary’s The Great in Kaunus College of the University of Cambridge and the University of Cambridge. It includes about 500 people including family, friends and colleagues.

Hawking had prepared mathematics for the search of space, through which experimental evidence can be found for the existence of many universes. Hawking was born on January 8, 1942 in Oxford, England. This day was the 330th death anniversary of the great astronomer Galileo Galilei.

Hawking had neurotransmitter lateral sclerosis, in which the person could survive for a few years. The disease took place in 1963, at the age of 21, and in the beginning the doctors said that they would be able to survive for a few years.

Combat hoking, after learning of his illness, went to study at Cambridge University and after Albert Einstein, he became the world’s greatest physicist.

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