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Shrinivas Kulkarni awarded the Dan David Prize for contribution in astrophysics

b_300_0_16777215_00_http___www.observer247.com_wp-content_uploads_2017_03_O247DL-e1495778927493.pngFor his phenomenal and remarkable contribution to the world in the field of astronomy, Indian scientist Shrinivas Kulkarni has been awarded the coveted Dan David prize.

Teaching planetary science and astrophysics at California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, Kulkarni has contributed exceptionally to astrophysics. To facilitate research of the stars and planetary objects, Prof Kulkarni has helped build the super large space known as Palomar Transient Factory. The survey conducted here under the guidance of Professor Kulkarni has helped enrichment of the knowledge of scientists across the world in the domain of transient sky.

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Indian Scientist Shrinivas Kulkarni Wins Dan David Prize For His Contribution In Astronomy

b_300_0_16777215_00_http___media.indiatimes.in_media_content_2017_May_1_1495086382_725x725.jpgShrinivas Kulkarni is an Indian-born astronomer, who's widely known for his astronomical research, seen by 63 Nature Letters, 7 Science Letters, and a total of 479 refereed scientific articles that bear his name by the end of 2015 according to ADS.

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Indian Scientist Shrinivas Kulkarni Wins Dan David Prize For His Contribution In The Field Of Astronomy

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Shrinivas Kulkarni is a professor of astrophysics and planetary science at California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California.

TEL AVIV:  Indian scientist Shrinivas Kulkarni has won the prestigious Dan David prize for his contribution in the field of astronomy.

Mr Kulkarni is a professor of astrophysics and planetary science at California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California.

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3 astrophysicists named as 2017 Dan David Prize laureates

b_300_0_16777215_00_https___www.israel21c.org_wp-content_uploads_2017_02_dandavid-768x315.pngA.B. Yehoshua, Jamaica Kincaid, David Reich, Svante Pääbo, the late Neil Gehrels, Shrinivas Kulkarni, and Andrzej Udalski, join exclusive list of prize winners.

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Polski astronom prof. Andrzej Udalski został laureatem nagrody Dan David Prize 2017

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Astronom nie dostał jeszcze Nagrody Nobla, ale jest coraz bliżej. Dzięki jego pracy odkryliśmy nowe odległe planety, kwazary, dalekie galaktyki.

Profesora Udalskiego wyróżniono za wkład w rozwój nowej dziedziny badań astronomicznych – wielkoskalowych przeglądów nieba prowadzonych w szerokim zakresie skal czasowych. Naukowiec otrzymał nagrodę w kategorii przyszłość (Future) – astronomia. Wyróżnienie to dostali wcześniej m.in. Jacques Le Goff, Tony Blair i Al Gore.

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Dan David Prize goes to Three Experts in Time-Domain Astronomy

b_300_0_16777215_00_http___spaceref.com_img_logo_320red.pngThe internationally renowned Dan David Prize, headquartered at Tel Aviv University, annually awards three prizes of US$1 million each to outstanding figures whose work represents remarkable achievement in selected fields within the three Time Dimensions -- Past, Present and Future. This year's fields are Archaeology & Natural Sciences, Literature and Astronomy.The Dan David Prize is proud to announce that USA astrophysicists Prof. Neil Gehrels and Prof. Shrinivas Kulkarni, and Polish astronomer and astrophysicist Prof. Andrzej Udalski, are the 2017 laureates in the Future Time Dimension in the field of Astronomy.

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