Margherita Hack Death – Obituary – Cause of Death : #GoogleDoodle celebrates the 99th birth anniversary of Margherita Hack.
#GoogleDoodle celebrates the 99th birth anniversary of Margherita Hack, according to the following statements posted on social media on June 10. 2021.
Google 6h · Today’s #GoogleDoodle celebrates the 99th birth anniversary of Margherita Hack – professor, activist, author and astrophysicist “The Lady of the Stars” received numerous accolades in her lifetime, notably having asteroid 8558 Hack (the asteroid that orbits between Mars and Jupiter) named in her honour in 1995. https://goo.gle/3zoUSeD.
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Margherita Hack (12 June 1922 – 29 June 2013) was an Italian astrophysicist and scientific disseminator. The asteroid 8558 Hack, discovered in 1995, was named in her honour. On 12 June 2021, Google celebrated her with Google Doodle on her 99th birthday.
She was full professor of astronomy at the University of Trieste from 1964 to the 1st of November 1992, when Hack was placed “out of role” for seniority. She has been the first Italian woman to administrate the Trieste Astronomical Observatory from 1964 to 1987. Margherita Hack was also director of the Astronomy Department at the University of Trieste from 1985 to 1991 and from 1994 to 1997.
She worked at many American and European observatories and was for long time member of working groups of ESA and NASA.
She was an atheist and she did not believe in any religion or form of supernaturalism. Hack also believed that ethics does not derive from religion, but from “principles of conscience” that allow anyone to have a secular view of life, respectful of other people’s individuality and freedom.