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Lih-Sin The delivering his contributed paper "s Process in Shell Carbon Burning " [BAAS 33,1523 (2002) with Meyer and El Eid] at the January AAS meeting in Washington. That work demonstrates the intense neutron flux in that shell of massive stars and its importance for extinct radioactivities 60Fe and 182Hf. Other photos of this collaboration exist (see esp. "2000 Massive-Star Team").

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