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Did you know that one of NASA’s Great Observatories in the US is named after a nephew of Indian physicist and Nobel laureate Sir C V Raman? It’s called the ‘Chandra X-Ray Observatory’ after mathematician and astrophysicist Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, an Indian-American who too, like his uncle, won the Nobel Prize in Physics, in 1983.
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