Research notes, 1960s

Research notes, 1960s

Hawking’s first major breakthroughs came in the 1960s, with his work on singularities - points in space of infinite density, where the known laws of physics no longer apply. This work built on Einstein’s general theory of relativity and brought him to prominence within the scientific community.

Source: The Hawking Family Archive

 
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