Professor Hawking´s words will be beamed into space after commemorative service

Mail Online | 6/14/2018 | Tim Collins For Mailonline;Press Association
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Professor Stephen Hawking's voice will be beamed into space as his ashes are interred at Westminster Abbey tomorrow.

They offer a 'message of peace and hope', Professor Hawking's daughter has said.

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The broadcast is set to take place following a service that will feature readings and addresses from Benedict Cumberbatch, who played the physicist in a BBC drama, and astronaut Tim Peake, among others.

Professor Hawking's children have expressed their gratitude to Westminster Abbey for allowing their father to have a 'distinguished' final resting place between the graves of Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.

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The exact words accompanying the music is not yet known, but Professor Hawking's daughter Lucy described the Vangelis composition as a 'beautiful and symbolic gesture that creates a link between our father's presence on this planet, his wish to go into space and his explorations of the universe in his mind'.

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She added: 'The broadcast will be beamed towards the nearest black hole, 1A 0620-00, which lives in a binary system with a fairly ordinary orange dwarf star (around 3,457 light years away).

'It is a message of peace and hope, about unity and the need for us to live together in harmony on this planet.'

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