Werner Karl Heisenberg (1901–1976) was co-founder of quantum theory, formulated the uncertainty principle, worked in nuclear physics and cosmic radiation and tried to define a unified field theory. He also explained sociopolitical problems in popular publications. He received the Nobel prize for physics in 1932. (M 40710)
Discovered on 4-3-1995 in Tautenburg by Borngen, F.
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