At the auction the legacy of Hawking

Has a fruity almost 1.4 million pounds (1.6 million euros) the online auction of Christie’s and personal belongings from the collection bequeathed by Stephen Hawking, the famous astrophysicist british of Cambridge, who died in march last, known among other things for his studies on black holes, and for having challenged for decades, a crippling disease.
Among the ‘lots’ that have aroused the most curiosity, his wheelchair super-technology, which has netted almost £ 300,000 go to charity. But the record was touched for his doctoral thesis, discussed at the University of Cambridge in 1965, which was awarded exactly for 584.750 pounds, about four times the base auction. In total were sold 22 items, including original writings of Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein possessed by Hawking.
   

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