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  1. Debajyoti Basu Sarkar

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  8. Seth Redfield

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  9. Mehdi Benna

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  10. Vladimir Airapetian

    Education1989 PhD in Astrophysics, Byurakan Observatory & Kurchatov Atomic Energy Center 1982 B.S. and M.S. (summa cum laude), Phys. Dept., Yerevan State University, Armenia Post-Degree...

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