As a child, Hubert Reeves loved to look up at the summer sky in Quebec and watch the stars. He was a top pupil in maths, so at the age of 18 he decided to become an astronomer. After his studies, he taught at a university and became a researcher at… Read more the NASA. Then he arrived in Europe where, after years of research, he discovered how cosmic rays formed atoms of lithium, beryllium and boron. In the 1970s, on holiday in the south of France, he shared his knowledge of astronomy with other holiday makers at nightfall: that’s when his career as a “science populizer” began!
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