Professor Norman Murray named an RSC Fellow 2021
Norman Murray is a world-renowned Canadian astrophysical theorist whose high impact work is imbued with powerful physical insight, creativity and technical skill expressed over an amazingly broad spectrum of astronomical problems. He has made seminal contributions to our theories of planet formation and evolution, chaos in the solar system, helioseismology, the physics of black hole accretion, and the effects of stars and supermassive black holes on galaxy formation.
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