Dilhan Eryurt Death – Obituary | Cause Of Death – What Happened To Her ? – Turkish Astronomer Dies – Dead
Dilhan Eryurt Death / Obituary – As noticed on July 20, 2020, a Turkish astronomer, Dilhan Eryurt was pronounced dead in Ankara, following a heart attack.
An astronomer, specializing in astrophysics, who made major contributions to scientific research on the formation and evolution of the Sun, and other main sequence stars, Dilhan Eryurt died of heart attack at the age of 85, she passed away in Ankara, Turkey. On July 20, 2020, Google honor her as she was used as google doodle.
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Dilhan Eryurt: quién fue la #astrofísica a la cual Google le rinde homenaje con su doodle. Nació el 29 de noviembre de 1926 en Esmirna, Turquía, vivió muchos años en los Estados Unidos y trabajó en la #NASA. Su desempeño le valió importantes distinciones. pic.twitter.com/uaKCkuvzKf
— Mujeres para la Ciencia (@mujeresyciencia) July 20, 2020
Bugün google’ın doodle’ında Dilhan Eryurt var. Ah be memleket, kızlarının dünyayı, kendilerini keşfetmelerinden ne çok korkuyorsun. Onlar bilmesinler diye sen de öğrenmiyorsun. Sana yazık olmasın diye ısrarla keşfediyor kızların dünyayı ve kendilerin
— ayşe çavdar ? (@kayikgolge) July 20, 2020
Women in the workforce – Dilhan Eryurt
Turkish born astronomer, specializing in astrophysics, who made major contributions to scientific research on the formation & evolution of the Sun, & other main sequence stars. From 1961 to 1973 Dr. Eryurt held a position at NASA.
— DVNA_Support (@DVNAbuseSupport) July 20, 2020
Today’s #GoogleDoodle honors astrophysicist, Prof. Dr. Dilhan Eryurt ~ clinging to my hopes that this is a subtle sign in a shift of consciousness. ?
Eryurt played a role in the Apollo 11 lunar mission, & she researched the formation & evolution of the Sun & other main stars. pic.twitter.com/wj5f4CozS5
— Roy W. Smolens Jr. (@RWSmolensJr) July 20, 2020
Prof. Dr. Dilhan Eryurt Hoca bugün #Doodle olmuş. Bir kez daha hocamızla gurur duyduk. 1961-1973 yılları arasında NASA’da çalışan ilk Türk bilim insanı olmuştur. ODTÜ’deki Astrofizik anabilim dalını kurmuştur. Güneş’in ve yıldızların evrimi üzerine çalışmalar yapmıştır
— Sinan KOÇAK (@sinan_kocak1) July 20, 2020
A cool fact of the day and positive for your feed:
After watching Hidden figures and now this tribute to Dilhan Eryurt by Google, I have a feeling NASA would be nothing w/o women. #WomenOfNasa #coolfacts
— Matthew Driscoll (@m_driscoll717) July 20, 2020
Today’s Google doodle honoring Dilhan Eryurt inspires me to share a lovely book both my daughter and I love: “What Miss Mitchell Saw” by @hayleybwrites and @dianasudyka. Like Dr. Eryurt, Maria Mitchell pioneered exploration of the cosmos. #WomenInSTEM
— Fyodor Urnov (@UrnovFyodor) July 20, 2020
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