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Todd B. Hawley was born on 13 April, 1961 in United States.
|Age||34 years old|
|Born||13 April 1961|
|Date of death||May 11, 1995,|
|Died Place||San Francisco, California, United States|
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Todd B. Hawley Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Hawley died on 11 July 1995 from complications from AIDS. He is survived by his life partner, Yuri Hospodar, his family of origin, and his many colleagues and friends in the space communities.
In 1990, Hawley came out publicly as a gay man, and spoke out against homophobia, stating that human bigotry was perhaps the one thing that could stand in the way of the work ISU was striving to accomplish.
Mr. Hawley conducted extensive research on solar power satellites. He received the 1989 Space Industrialization Fellowship Award, the 1988 Aviation Week and Space Technology Laurel, the 1993 Space Frontier Foundation Pioneer Award, and the 1995 K. E. Tsiolkovsky Medal.
A founder of the International Space University (ISU), Todd Hawley served as the university’s first chief executive officer and as a faculty member in the Space Humanities Department. He successfully managed ISU from a start-up organization to a global enterprise. … He received the 1989 Space Industrialization Fellowship Award, the 1988 Aviation Week and Space Technology Laurel, the 1993 Space Frontier Foundation Pioneer Award, and the 1995 K. E. Tsiolkovsky Medal.
While an undergraduate, Hawley started the local chapter of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS). In 1982, along with Peter Diamandis and Robert D. Richards, he co-founded SEDS-USA as a national group, later serving as the Chairman from 1983 – 1985. The three would go on to found the Space Generation Foundation, with Hawley as its first executive director.
Todd B. Hawley (April 13, 1961 – July 11, 1995) was one of the three founders of the International Space University (ISU) and a lifelong advocate of human space exploration. He was born on April 13, 1961, the day after the first flight of Yuri Gagarin.