Arthur C. Clark, famed science fiction author passed away Tuesday, March 19th in Sri Lanka after suffering from breathing problems.
Best known for writing 2001: A Space Odyssey, and collaborating with Stanley Kubrick on its adaptation, Clark made enormous contributions to the world of fiction, and the world of technology and innovation. His most important contribution was the development of geostationary satellites, describing the concept in a paper published in 1945.
Arthur C. Clark was 90 years old. A visionary and an amazing contributor to Science Fiction, he will be missed.