|Born||Vitaly Lazarevich Ginzburg|
4 October 1916
Moscow, Roushie Empire
|Died||8 November 2009 (aged 93)|
|Alma mater||Moscow State Varsity|
|Hauf-marrae(s)||Olga Zamsha Ginzburg (1937–1946; divorced; 1 bairn)|
Nina Yermakova Ginzburg (m. 1946)
|Institutions||P. N. Lebedev Pheesical Institute, Roushie Academy o Sciences|
|Doctoral advisor||Igor Tamm|
Vitaly Lazarevich Ginzburg, ForMemRS (Roushie: Вита́лий Ла́заревич Ги́нзбург; October 4, 1916 – November 8, 2009) wis a Soviet an Roushie theoretical pheesicist, astropheesicist, Nobel laureate, a member o the Soviet an Roushie Academies o Sciences an ane o the faithers o the Soviet hydrogen bomb. He wis the successor tae Igor Tamm as heid o the Depairtment o Theoretical Pheesics o the Lebedev Pheesical Institute o the Roushie Academy o Sciences (FIAN), an an ootspoken atheist.
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