The goal of this website is to make widely available many personal photographs of interest to the history and appreciation of nuclear astrophysics. Images are those of Donald Clayton and of other Clemson University researchers and collaborators . It is a photo history of nuclear astrophysics as it was experienced by Donald Clayton at Caltech, Rice, Cambridge, Heidelberg and Clemson.
Posted images are listed by year and partial subjects. An example: 1992 NASA Administrator and Clayton: This image records NASA Administrator Richard Truly and Associate Administrator Aaron Cohen awarding NASA Headquarters Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal to Donald Clayton.
This Clemson University web PhotoArchive is under continuous development. Phase I ended in January 2000. At that time a CD copy of the files was mailed to the Center for the History of Physics at AIP for their archives. They are also promised the original photographs and negatives.
PhotoArchive images may be used for personal, noncommercial purposes. These include the preparation of course or instructional materials by teachers and students which are clearly not for profit. Express permission for such uses is not required. However, please include the following credit line wherever an image is used: COURTESY OF CLEMSON UNIVERSITY AND (NAME OF PHOTOGRAPHER). In all cases except where explicitly noted, the photograph is the property of Donald D. Clayton, whose name would be used in the Acknowledgement. Permission is also granted for publication in scholarly manuscripts and textbooks. No rights are granted for other COMMERCIAL projects. For those explicit permission must be obtained in writing or email from Donald D. Clayton, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Clemson University, Clemson SC 29634-1911. Website development was by Jeannette M. Myers. Email to email@example.com.
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