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Documentary Exhibition The Unlimited Universe of the Human Mind Winden Tabakoff. The exhibition is organized with the financial support of the USA Embassy in Sofia under the project In the footsteps of Prof. Widen Tabakoff.

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Tuesday, 19 February 2019 19:43

Exhibition about Prof. Tabakoff in Plovdiv

A documentary exhibition about Prof. Widen Tabakoff with 23 panels dedicated to his life and work was opened at the Boris Hristov House of Culture in Plovdiv, on January 28th 2019.

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On September 14th in the Exhibition Hall of the State Agency Archives Documentary Exhibition “Unlimited Space of the Human Mind” dedicated to Prof. Widen Tabakoff (1919–2015) – a brilliant rocket engineer with a Bulgarian origin was opened.

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Wednesday, 08 August 2018 09:23

The Indefinite Universe of a Human Mind

Invitation to the opening of the exhibition for prof. Tabakoff

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BBC Knowledge Мagazine presents the history of Prof. Widen Tabakoff - a proven professional on three continents. The Bulgarian who sends Neil Armstrong to the Moon and works with him at the University of Cincinnati is not well known in Bulgaria, but his glory is travelling around the world ...

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Monday, 05 March 2018 20:42

The Bulgarian Who Touched The Moon

Documentary about Professor Widen Tabakoff was broadcasted on Bulgarian National Television (BNT) on 28.02.2018.

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The acceptance of the personal documents of the world-renowned Professor Widen Tabakov in the National Archive will allow easy access to interesting artefacts about the professor's life.

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The personal documents of the world-famous scientist Prof. Widen Tabakoff have been transferred to Bulgaria from the University of Cincinnati.

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The Foundation Vision for Science and Technology Growth is working on a project proposal to promote the achievements of the world-renowned scientist of Bulgarian origin, a prominent aerospace engineer specializing in aerospace and rocket engines Prof. Dr. Widen Tabakoff (1919-2015). Almost 50 years he was one of the most prominent researchers of NASA. Among his many contributions to the development of aerospace equipment and technology is his work on the rocket carrier Saturn that make it possible American astronauts to land on the Moon under the Apollo program and his close friend Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the surface of the Moon. Along with the numerous scientific awards Prof. Tabakoff was honored with the recognition from NASA for his contribution.

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