Famous People Who Died on September 28
Astronomer / 1889 - 1953
Astronomer Edwin Hubble revolutionized the field of astrophysics. His research helped prove that the universe is expanding, and he created a classification system for galaxies that has been used for several decades.
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profile name: Louis Pasteur profile occupation: Inventor, Doctor, Chemist
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profile name: Miles Davis profile occupation: Songwriter, Trumpet Player
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profile name: Edwin Hubble profile occupation: Astronomer
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profile name: Ferdinand Marcos profile occupation: Lawyer, Dictator
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profile name: Althea Gibson profile occupation: Golfer, Tennis Player
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profile name: Pierre Trudeau profile occupation: Prime Minister
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