After 55 days of search, the Chilean authorities found the body of British astrophysicist Thomas Marsh near La Silla Observatory in the Atacama desert on November 10.
Who is Thomas Marsh?
Thomas Marsh is a 60-year-old British astrophysicist professor at the University of Warwick who went missing 55 days.
He was found dead after being missing for 55 days by the Chilean authorities. The cause is not known.
What happened to Thomas Marsh?
According to the reports, Thomas Marsh went to Chile for research but was last heard from on September 16
The search team was sent out to find Thomas Marsh, and even his family had to fly in to find Thomas. Various search notices and appeals were sent in hopes of finding the astrophysicist.
The main witness, in this case, was a British student who traveled with Marsh. The student joined the police and helped him in finding the professor. According to the student, the professor found something super strange on September 15
After 55 days of searching, the Chilean authorities finally found the body near the LA Silla Observatory in the Atacama desert in a cluster of rocks. The body was undressed from the waist down. The Chilean authorities reported through Twitter that after an intense search by the Carabineros multidisciplinary team, Gope found the lifeless body of Thomas and conveyed their condolences to his friends and family.
How did Thomas Marsh die?
The authorities found Thomas Marsh dead after being missing for almost two months. The cause of his death is not known.
Cause of Thomas Marsh’s death
The cause of Thomas March’s death is not known. However, after being missing for 55 days, the authorities found him dead.
The funeral arrangement of the British astrophysicist is yet to be announced. The lifeless body of the astronomer was found after two months of search.