LONDON – The ashes of the world-famous British scientist Stephen Hawking, who is buried in Westminster Abbey, in central London. His remains come so close to that of Issac Newton (1643-1727) and Charles Darwin (1809-1882), reported the BBC.
Professor Hawking, who died march 14 at age 76. The uitvaartplechtigheid is Saturday in a closed circle, in a church, of the university of Cambridge. The physicist Hawking, who lived and worked for more than fifty years in the English city.
Westminister Abbey is a royal because, since 1066, the English kings there crowned and married there usually also. The church committee falls directly under the frost. The former convent of the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, one of the most important science centers in the country.