Canadian-American Pebbles, Mayor of Switzerland and Qualodge get a physical Nobel Price

  • This award was given to James Peebles for his breakthrough in theoretical science.
  • Michelle Meyer and Didier Quillose will jointly receive the award for discovering a planet outside the solar system.
  • The announcement of the Nobel Prize for 2019 in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, began Monday

Stockholm: The Nobel Prize for Physics for 2019 has been given to Michelle Mayer of Switzerland, Didier Kvolz, and Canadian American physicist James Peebles. James Peebles has been awarded the prize for theoretical discoveries in cosmology and the discovery of a planet (exoplanet), jointly by Didier Kvolj, the Missile Mayor. This planet is orbiting any star like the sun.

The announcement of the Nobel Prize for 2019 in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, began Monday. Chemistry will be awarded on Thursday. A total of 6 Nobel Prize winners will be announced by October 14. The Nobel Prize for Medical on Monday was given to William G. Coughlin Jr. of America and Greg L. Semenja, Sir Peter J. Ratcliffe of Britain. Here the Swedish Academy will announce the Literary Nobel Prizes for both 2018 and 2019. The Academy of Literature announced the announcement of the 2018 Literary Nobel on the grounds of increased sexual harassment last year.

Great Thumbgrower Contender for Peace

This year, the Norwegian Nobel Committee received 301 nominations for the Peace Prize, the largest number since the first prize was awarded in 1901. This time 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg is considered a strong contender for the award. He inspired a global movement to save the Climate. If he is awarded a Nobel, he will be the youngest winner of the Nobel Prize. Previously, he was recently awarded the Alternative Nobel Prize.

What is the Nobel Prize?

The winners of the Nobel Prize are given about four and a half crore rupees each. Along with this, 200 grams of 23 grams of the gold medal and a letter of appreciation are also given. On one side of the medal is a photo of Alfred Noble, the father of the Nobel Prize winner, with his date of birth and death. On the other side of the medal is a picture of the goddess Isis of Yuna, the Royal Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, and the recipient of the award.