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Hawking to travel into space on Branson's Virgin Galactic

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The influential physicist and cosmologist yesterday told Good Morning Britain that Richard Branson would be taking aboard him Virgin Galactic, Branson's space tourism company.

Professor Stephen Hawking says he is planning to travel into space on Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic.

In an interview this morning with Good Morning Britain, Stephen Hawking shared his thoughts on the Trump administration's attitudes toward climate change.

According to the scientist, the reaction to Donald Trump's election may have been overdone, but it reflects a swing to a conservative, more authoritarian approach.

"I said yes immediately", he said.

Professor Hawking also warned that leaving Europe could jeopardize Britain's status as a world leader in science and innovation. "His priority will be to satisfy his electorate, who are neither liberal nor that well informed". It effects America badly, so tackling it should win votes for his second term. However, Hawking said he will continue to support the party.

For Stephen Hawking's, the birth of his first child, was the most happy moment in his life.

Though he has turned 75, Professor Hawking is continuing his passion. I think the human race has no future if it doesn't go to space.

On British politics, Hawking said he felt a "hard Brexit" should be resisted, with the United Kingdom retaining strong links with the European Union and China.

"I can't", Hawking said last May.

"On the heels of this successful flight with Hawking showing a disabled individual could safely fly in Zero G, I was very proud that we next had the incredible opportunity to fly six wheelchair-bound teenagers into zero gravity", Diamandis noted.

"Since that day, I have never changed my mind".

"People who boast about their IQ are losers", he added.

"I believe in the possibility of commercial space travel-for exploration and for the preservation of humanity".