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Until forced to give up because of arthritis , Moore was a keen pianist and accomplished xylophone player, having first played the instrument at the age of Before encountering health problems he was an extensive traveller, and had visited all seven continents, including Antarctica; he said his favourite two countries were Iceland and Norway. The Complete History of the Universe.
In he was identified as the co-author of a book published in called Flying Saucer from Mars , attributed to Cedric Allingham , which was intended as a money-making venture and practical joke on UFO believers;  Moore never admitted his involvement.
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He once joined the Flat Earth Society as an ironic joke. Moore believed himself to be the only person to have met the first aviator, Orville Wright , the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin , and the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong. Moore was knighted for "services to the popularisation of science and to broadcasting" in the New Year Honours. Moore had a long association with the University of Leicester and its Department of Physics and Astronomy, and was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science HonDSc degree in and a Distinguished Honorary Fellowship in , the highest award that the university can bestow.
In , after saving Airdrie Public Observatory from closure in , Moore accepted the position of Honorary President of Airdrie Astronomical Association , a position which he held until his death. Moore subsequently remarked that he never married because "there was no one else for me I would have liked a wife and family, but it was not to be. There may be another war. The Germans will try again, given another chance. Moore said he was "exceptionally close" to his mother Gertrude,  a talented artist who shared his home at Selsey , West Sussex, which was decorated with her paintings of "bogeys" — little friendly aliens — that she produced and sent out annually as the Moores' Christmas cards.
On 9 December , Moore died aged 89 at his home in Selsey. Moore wrote many popular books. The website Astronomy Now Online estimates that he published over a thousand books on popular science, including all known editions and reprints. He also wrote science fiction novels for children; and, under the pen name R T Fishall,  he wrote humorous works. Therefore, the list below is not exhaustive:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other people named Patrick Moore, see Patrick Moore disambiguation. Pinner , Middlesex , England. Selsey , West Sussex , England.
It's no exaggeration to say that Patrick, in his tireless and ebullient communication of the magic of astronomy, inspired every British astronomer, amateur and professional, for half a century.
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