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STEPHEN HAWKING:

  Early period

Hawking was born on 8 January 1942. Hawking starts his schooling at the Byron House School in High gate, London. The eight-year-old Hawking attended Albans High School for Girls for a few months Hawking attended two independent schools first Raddle School and from September 1952, Albans School.

The family placed a high value on education. Hawking’s father wanted his son to attend the well-regarded Westminster School but the 13-year-old Hawking was ill on the day of the scholarship examination. His family could not afford the school fees without the financial aid of a scholarship, so Hawking remained at St Alban’s. A positive result was that Hawking remained close to a group of friends with whom he enjoyed board games.

Hawking was not initially successful academically in school Einstein. With time, he began to show a considerable aptitude for scientific subjects and, inspired by Hawking’s father advised him to study medicine, concerned that there were few jobs for mathematics graduates. He also wanted his son to attend University College, Oxford. As it was not possible to read mathematics there at the time, Hawking decided to study physics and chemistry. Despite his headmaster’s advice to wait until the next year, Hawking was awarded a scholarship after taking the examinations in March 1959.

Career

Stephen William Hawking was the great former and also a professor of mathematics at the University of Cambridge. His famous book “a brief history of time’’ has a great achievement of his work and also a well-known international bestseller. A huge number of audience inspired his work his other books for the general reader include a brief history of time, the essay collection his also great achievement black holes and baby universe and the universe in nutshell get more fame day by day.

Hawking constricted in 1963, harmful disease motor neuron and was given two years to live. Then he went to Cambridge University to become a brilliant researcher and professional Professor at Caius College. For few years he appointed the post of Lucasian Professor at Cambridge University. He received many honorary degrees awarded the CBE in 1982. He was a fellow of the Royal Society and a member of the US National Academy of Science. Stephen Hawking is regarded as one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists since Einstein.

  Marriages

\When Hawking was a graduate student at Cambridge, his relationship with Jane Wilde, a friend of his sister whom he had met shortly before his late 1963 diagnosis with motor neuron disease, continued to develop. The couple became engaged in October 1964 Hawking later said that the engagement gave him “something to live for and the two were married on 14 July 1965.

During their first years of marriage, Jane lived in London during the week as she completed her degree, and they traveled to the United States several times for conferences and physics-related visits. The couple had difficulty finding housing that was within Hawkins’ walking distance to the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Jane began a Ph.D. program, and a son, Robert, was born in May 1967. A daughter, Lucy, was born in November 1969. A third child, Timothy, was born in April 1979. By the 1980s, Hawkins’s marriage had been strained for many years.

         After his divorce from Jane in 1995, Hawking married Mason in September, declaring, “It’s wonderful – I have married the woman I love.

 In 1999, Jane Hawking describing her marriage to Hawking and its breakdown. Its revelations caused a sensation in the media but, as was his usual practice regarding his personal life, Hawking made no public comment except to say that he did not read biographies about himself.

After his second marriage, Hawking’s family felt excluded and marginalized from his life. For about five years in the early 2000s, his family and staff became increasingly worried that he was being physically abused. Police investigations took place but were closed as Hawking refused to make a complaint.

In 2006, Hawking and Mason quietly divorced, and Hawking resumed closer relationships with Jane, his children, and his grandchildren. Reflecting this happier period, a revised version of Jane’s book called Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen appeared in 2007, and was made into a film, The Theory of Everything in 2014.

Disability

Richard Branson offered a free flight into space with Virgin Galactic which Hawking immediately accepted. Besides personal ambition, he was motivated by the desire to increase public interest in spaceflight and to show the potential of people with disabilities. On 26 April 2007,

Hawking flew aboard a specially-modified Boeing 727–200 jet operated by Zero-G Corp off the coast of Florida to experience weightlessness. Fears the maneuvers would cause him undue discomfort proved groundless, and the flight was extended to eight parabolic arcs. It was described as a successful test to see if he could withstand the g-forces involved in space flight. At the time, the date of Hawking’s trip to space was projected to be as early as 2009, but commercial flights to space did not commence before his death.

Death

      Hawking died at his home in Cambridge England, on 14 March 2018, at the age of 76. His family stated that he “died peacefully.