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RUSSIA-PHYSICIST/
RTXQLJ9
November 11, 2009
A man reads the biography of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in...
Moscow, Russia
A man reads the biography of prominent Russian physicist Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in Moscow...
A man reads the biography of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in Moscow November 11, 2009. Ginzburg, a Russian physicist who survived Stalin's purges by working on the Soviet atomic bomb project and later won the Nobel Prize for physics, died in Moscow late on Sunday after a long illness. He was 93. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA OBITUARY SCI TECH)
RUSSIA-PHYSICIST/
RTXQLJ8
November 11, 2009
A man carries a portrait of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in...
Moscow, Russia
A man carries a portrait of prominent Russian physicist Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in Moscow
A man carries a portrait of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in Moscow November 11, 2009. Ginzburg, a Russian physicist who survived Stalin's purges by working on the Soviet atomic bomb project and later won the Nobel Prize for physics, died in Moscow late on Sunday after a long illness. He was 93. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA OBITUARY SCI TECH)
RUSSIA-PHYSICIST/
RTXQLJ7
November 11, 2009
People mourn as they stand around the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a...
Moscow, Russia
People mourn as they stand around the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Ginzburg during a funeral...
People mourn as they stand around the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in Moscow November 11, 2009. Ginzburg, a Russian physicist who survived Stalin's purges by working on the Soviet atomic bomb project and later won the Nobel Prize for physics, died in Moscow late on Sunday after a long illness. He was 93. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA OBITUARY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA-PHYSICIST/
RTXQLJ6
November 11, 2009
People mourn as they stand near the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a funeral...
Moscow, Russia
People mourn as they stand near the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony...
People mourn as they stand near the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in Moscow November 11, 2009. Ginzburg, a Russian physicist who survived Stalin's purges by working on the Soviet atomic bomb project and later won the Nobel Prize for physics, died in Moscow late on Sunday after a long illness. He was 93. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA OBITUARY SCI TECH)
RUSSIA-PHYSICIST/
RTXQLJ5
November 11, 2009
People mourn as they stand around the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a...
Moscow, Russia
People mourn as they stand around the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Ginzburg during a funeral...
People mourn as they stand around the coffin of prominent Russian physicist Vitaly Ginzburg during a funeral ceremony in Moscow November 11, 2009. Ginzburg, a Russian physicist who survived Stalin's purges by working on the Soviet atomic bomb project and later won the Nobel Prize for physics, died in Moscow late on Sunday after a long illness. He was 93. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA OBITUARY SCI TECH)
GINZBURG
RTXMBXQ
December 07, 2003
This year's Nobel Prize winner in physics, Vitaly L. Ginzburg from P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow...
Stockholm, Sweden
This year's Nobel Prize winner in physics, Vitaly L. Ginzburg from P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute, .....
This year's Nobel Prize winner in physics, Vitaly L. Ginzburg from P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow is seen during a news conference in Stockholm on December 7, 2003. Ginzburg received the prize for pioneering contributions to the theory of superconductors and superfluids.
SWEDEN NOBEL
RTR8C0S
December 07, 2003
THIS YEAR'S NOBEL PRIZE WINNER IN PHYSICS, VITALY L. GINZBURG FROM P.N.
LEBEDEV PHYSICAL INSTITUTE,...
Stockholm, Sweden
THIS YEAR'S NOBEL PRIZE WINNER IN PHYSICS, VITALY L. GINZBURG FROM P.N.
LEBEDEV PHYSICAL INSTITUTE,...
THIS YEAR'S NOBEL PRIZE WINNER IN PHYSICS, VITALY L. GINZBURG FROM P.N.
LEBEDEV PHYSICAL INSTITUTE, MOSCOW IS SEEN DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN
STOCKHOLM.
SWEDEN NOBEL
RTR8C0M
December 07, 2003
A combination of three pictures shows this year's Nobel Prize winners
in physics, Vitaly L. Ginzburg...
Stockholm, Sweden
A COMBINATION OF THREE PICTURES SHOWS THIS YEAR'S NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS
IN PHYSICS.
A combination of three pictures shows this year's Nobel Prize winners
in physics, Vitaly L. Ginzburg from P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute,
Moscow (L), Anthony J. Leggett from University of Illinois Urbana (C)
and Alexei A. Abrikosov from Argonne National Laboratory Argonne,
during a news conference in Stockholm on December 7, 2003. The three
scientists received the prize for pioneering contributions to the
theory of superconductors and superfluids. REUTERS/Michael Dalder

MAD/CRB
NOBEL PRIZE LITERATURE
RTR4GAD
October 07, 2003
Alexi Abrikosov (L) shakes hands with co-worker Wai-Kwong Kwok during a
reception for him at Argonne...
Chicago, United States of America
ABRIKOSOV SHAKES HANDS WITH CO WORKER.
Alexi Abrikosov (L) shakes hands with co-worker Wai-Kwong Kwok during a
reception for him at Argonne National Laboratory in Argonne, Ill.,
October 7, 2003. Abrikosov, Vitaly Ginzburg, 87, and Anthony Leggett,
65, were recognized for developing theories explaining the nature of
matter at very low temperatures. REUTERS/Frank Polich

FJP
NOBEL PRIZE LITERATURE
RTR4GA1
October 07, 2003
Nobel Prize winner for physics Russian-American Alexi Abrikosov does a
telephone interview from his...
Chicago, United States of America
ABRIKOSOV TALKS ON PHONE FROM HIS OFFICE.
Nobel Prize winner for physics Russian-American Alexi Abrikosov does a
telephone interview from his office at Argonne National Laboratory in
Argonne, Ill., October 7, 2003. Abrikosov, Vitaly Ginzburg, 87, and
Anthony Leggett, 65, were recognized for developing theories explaining
the nature of matter at very low temperatures. REUTERS/Frank Polich

FJP
NOBEL PHYSICS
RTR4G3Z
October 07, 2003
Nobel Prize winner for Physics Russian-American Alexi Abrikosov talks
with a Russian television station...
Chicago, United States of America
NOBEL PRIZE WINNER FOR PHYSICS ALEXI ABRIKOSOV TALKS WITH RUSSIAN TV
STATION.
Nobel Prize winner for Physics Russian-American Alexi Abrikosov talks
with a Russian television station at his home in Lemont, Illinois early
October 7, 2003. Abrikosov, Vitaly Ginzburg and Anthony Leggett were
recognized for developing theories explaining the nature of matter at
very low temperatures. REUTERS/Frank Polich

FJP/SV
NOBEL PHYSICS
RTR4G3U
October 07, 2003
Nobel Prize winner for physics Russian-American Alexi Abrikosov talks
with a Russian television station...
Chicago, United States of America
NOBEL PRIZE WINNER IN PHYSICS ALEXI ABRIKOSOV TALKS WITH RUSSIAN TV
STATION IN LEMONT.
Nobel Prize winner for physics Russian-American Alexi Abrikosov talks
with a Russian television station at his home in Lemont, outside
Chicago, Illinois, early October 7, 2003. Abrikosov, Vitaly Ginzburg,
87, and Anthony Leggett, 65, were recognized for developing theories
explaining the nature of matter at very low temperatures. REUTERS/Frank
Polich

FJP/SV
RTR4FYJ
October 07, 2003
University of Illinois professor Anthony J. Leggett at his home in
Urbana, Illinois after hearing he...
Urbana
NOBEL PRIZE FOR PHYSICS CO-WINNER ANTHONY LEGGETT TALKS ON PHONE IN
URBANA.
University of Illinois professor Anthony J. Leggett at his home in
Urbana, Illinois after hearing he was awarded the Nobel Prize in
Physics, October 7, 2003. Leggett was recognized along with Vitaly
Ginzburg and Alexi Abrikosov for their theories on both
superconductivity and superfluidity, two phenomena of quantum physics.
REUTERS/Mark Cowan

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