Margaret Burbidge / Co-Discoverer Stellar Nucleosynthesis

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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