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The James Webb Space Telescope under construction. During cryogenic testing, the mirrors will be subjected to temperatures dipping to 24 Kelvins, permitting engineers to measure in extreme detail how the shape of each mirror changes as it cools. One of its developers, John Mather, visited UNM this week. (Courtesy of NASA)

Scientific rock star visits UNM

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Carlos Cortés, professor emeritus of history at the University of California, Riverside, holds a copy of "Multicultural America: A Multimedia Encyclopedia," for which he was the lead editor

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