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Dionysis Simopoulos: “He kept his sense of humor, he left with a smile on his face” – The change in Facebook

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The funeral procession of the great scientist and man will take place on Tuesday in Athens and according to his wish, he will be buried in his place of origin, Gryllos Ilias.

Change to astrophysicist profile Dionysis Simopoulou that he maintained on Facebook made one of his children a few days ago at his own request. Demonstrating his humor, the scientist asked to posthumously write “That’s all Folks!” the iconic ending to the Looney Tunes cartoons

Dionysis Simopoulos, the head of the Planetarium of the Eugenides Foundation for many years, breathed his last on Sunday, July 7, at the age of 79, losing his battle with cancer.

On Monday, one of his children changed his Facebook cover photo. “Our dad 2 days ago asked me to change this cover photo. He kept his humor to the end. “He left with a smile on his face,” she captioned the photo.

The funeral procession of the great scientist and man will take place on Tuesday in Athens and according to his wish, he will be buried in his place of origin, Gryllos Ilias.

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