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Nobel prize in physics awarded to cosmology and exoplanet researchers
by Hannah Devlin and Ian Sample
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8 October 2019
On 8 October 2019 The Guardian reported:
Three scientists have been awarded the 2019 Nobel prize in physics for groundbreaking discoveries about the evolution of the universe and the Earth's place within it. James Peebles, from Canada, has been awarded half of the 9m Swedish kronor (British Pound Sterling 740,000) prize for his theoretical discoveries about the evolution of the universe. The Swiss astronomers Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz share the other half of the prize for their discovery of the first planet beyond our solar system.
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