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The man who helped Stephen Hawking achieve his lifelong dream of experiencing zero gravity remembers what it was like to watch the acclaimed physicist break free of his wheelchair

Business Insider Wednesday, 14 March 2018
The man who helped Stephen Hawking achieve his lifelong dream of experiencing zero gravity remembers what it was like to watch the acclaimed physicist break free of his wheelchair· *Revered physicist Stephen Hawking died Wednesday. Eleven years before his death, he fulfilled a lifelong dream of experiencing zero gravity.*
· *Serial entrepreneur Peter Diamandis brought Hawking aboard one of his company's Zero G planes in 2007.*
· *Diamandis pushed back against the Federal Aviation Administration...
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Stephen Hawking was a world renowned physicist He was born in Oxford, England on Jan. 8, 1942 His birth fell on the 300th anniversary of Galileo’s death And his death falls on Albert Einstein’s birthday Hawking was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 21 In 1988 he published "A brief history in time"...

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