|Birthplace:||Brooklyn / New York|
|Day of death:||27.04.1992|
|Place of death:||Redwood City / California|
He graduated from Swarthmore College in 1950 with high honors in physics and received a doctorate in physics from Cornell University in 1954; in 1954 he joined the faculty of Princeton University; in 1977, he founded the Space Studies Institute at Princeton, an organization that continues today to fund research in space manufacturing and resources; semi finalist in NASA group 6 selection; died of leukemia.
Last update on April 28, 2018.