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Sir Patrick Moore has died

Britain's most famous living astronomer, Sir Patrick Moore has died at his home at aged 89. He will always be remembered for presenting the long-running astronomy programme "The Sky at Night" on BBC television. The programme will most likely continue with Chris Lintott as the main presenter who had co-presented the show with Patrick. During the "Second World War", he worked in the RAF. During this time, his fiancè was killed and he vowed never to marry as he didn't want second best so he said. He was known as an amateur astronomer, he never did a degree or higher exam. Whilst he believes in aliens, he doesn't believe they have visited.

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