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Margaret Burbidge, astronomer who studied the inner workings of stars, dies at 100

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The astronomer E. Margaret Burbidge was denied access to a telescope because of her sex, but she forged ahead anyway, going on to make pathbreaking discoveries about the cosmos. She has died at 100.

The astronomer E. Margaret Burbidge was denied access to a telescope because of her sex, but she forged ahead anyway, going on to make pathbreaking discoveries about the cosmos. She has died at 100.

The astronomer E. Margaret Burbidge was denied access to a telescope because of her sex, but she forged ahead anyway, going on to make pathbreaking discoveries about the cosmos. She has died at 100.

The astronomer E. Margaret Burbidge was denied access to a telescope because of her sex, but she forged ahead anyway, going on to make pathbreaking discoveries about the cosmos. She has died at 100.

"Synthesis of the Elements in Stars" by E. Margaret Burbidge (1919–2020) et al. in Rev. Mod. Phys. 29, 547 (1957)

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Ever look up at night and feel small? Don't. Instead feel large. Atoms in our body trace to remnants of exploded stars. We are Stardust. We are alive in the universe, and the universe is alive within us. RIP Margaret Burbidge (1919-2020) Co-discoverer of Stellar Nucleosynthesis.

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The astronomer E. Margaret Burbidge was denied access to a telescope because of her sex, but she forged ahead anyway, going on to make pathbreaking discoveries about the cosmos. She has died at 100.

The astronomer E. Margaret Burbidge was denied access to a telescope because of her sex, but she forged ahead anyway, going on to make pathbreaking discoveries about the cosmos. She has died at 100.

Examine the shaky evidence for the efficacy of a decades-old antimalarial against coronavirus. Plus: Canada begins the world’s largest clinical trial of survivors’ blood to treat COVID-19, and celebrating the life of astrophysicist Margaret Burbidge, who…

Trailblazing astronomer Margaret Burbidge, who helped reveal what happens inside stars, dies at 100

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The astronomer E. Margaret Burbidge was denied access to a telescope because of her sex, but she forged ahead anyway, going on to make pathbreaking discoveries about the cosmos. She has died at 100.

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