Gold, Thomas

Gold, Thomas

(1920–  ) astronomer; born in Vienna, Austria. He served in the British Admiralty (1942–46) and proposed the steady state theory of cosmology (with Bondi and Hoyle) before coming to Harvard College in 1956. At Cornell University (1959–81), he directed the Center for Radio Physics and Space Research, studied pulsars, and named the magnetosphere (1959).
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CHRISTIAN DOIDGE/LIAM THOMAS (Carmarthen Town - 18 goals) A regular goal-getter since he joined the Old Gold, Thomas has shone in league and cup matches, having collected eight in the WPL this season.
Lauding the efforts of the Indian marksmen and women at the championship, where the team won 13 medals, including seven gold, Thomas was modest enough to acknowledge that India still had a long way to go at the global level.
Delfo Cabrera of Argentina won the gold, Thomas Richards of Great Britain the silver and Etienne Gailly of Belgium the bronze.