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Hans Albrecht Bethe

Bethe, Hans Albrecht (1906– ), German-born U.S. theoretical physicist who proposed the nuclear carbon cycle to account for the sun's energy output (1938). During World War II he worked on the Manhattan Project. He was awarded the 1967 Nobel Prize in physics for his work on the source of stellar energy.

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