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Mentoring Young Astronomers

June 11, 2013
Communications Staff

Last month, Federighi Professor of Physics and Astronomy Dan Stinebring traveled to the world’s largest fully steerable radio telescope in Green Bank, West Virginia with three Oberlin students. Next week, the group heads to Krabi, Thailand, for the annual meeting of the International Pulsar Timing Array, where they will meet and interact with more than 100 researchers and students from around the globe.

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