Solely filmed interview with Georges Lemaître, ‘father of the Large Bang,’ rediscovered after 60 years

A nonetheless of Georges Lemaître from the rediscovered video. (Picture credit score: VRT)

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The one recognized video interview with Belgian physicist Georges Lemaître, extensively thought of the “father of the Large Bang,” speaking concerning the beginning of the universe has been rediscovered nearly 60 years after it was misplaced.

Lemaître (1894-1966) was a professor of physics on the Catholic College of Louvain in Belgium and  a working towards Catholic priest. In 1927, he was the primary individual to suggest that the motion of galaxies away from Earth was an indication that the universe was increasing, which was later observationally confirmed by the American astronomer Edwin Hubble. 

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