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CELEBRATION AT GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER HONORING DR. JOHN MATHER 2006 NOBEL PRIZE

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CELEBRATION AT GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER HONORING DR. JOHN MATHER 2006 NOBEL PRIZE

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Description: OVERALLS OF EVENT FOR NOBEL PRIZE WINNER DR JOHN MATHER AT GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER. CENTER DIRECTOR DR. ED WEILER GAVE TOAST AND AUTOGRAPHS WERE SIGNED LARGE TURNOUT -HE ACKNOWLEDGID ALL COBE TEAM ..

Photographer: DEBBIE McCALLUM

Date: 10/4/2006

Job Number: 2007-00010-0

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2006 - 2011
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