The scientist who created the Russian hydrogen bomb was found dead in his apartment in Moscow. The 92-year-old physicist Grigory Klinishov hanged himself, reports “Daily Mail”.
He left a suicide note, but details of it have not been released by Russian investigators. According to local media, Klinishov committed suicide on June 17.
Grigory Klinishov received the Lenin Prize for his contribution to the physical and mathematical sciences in 1962. He was among the creators of the first Soviet two-stage hydrogen bomb, known as the RDS-37 and first tested in 1955 at a nuclear test site in the steppes of Eastern Kazakhstan .
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