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Clayton and Grenville Turner on June 26, 2000, walking in the Peak District in Derbyshire. Turner contributed profoundly to nuclear astrophysics by discovering (with Reynolds) the Xe-H in 1964 and by developing the K-Ar dating method. Earlier photos of Turner are the 1976 audience at Gregynog and the 1993 Group at Open University Workshop. On this occasion Turner's new 129Xe-I results in Manchester were discussed.

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