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Articles

  • Tracking Transients
    Never miss a burst with thinking-telescope eyes always on the skies
  • Running Low
    The critical effort to preserve helium-3, a nuclear endangered species
  • Sampling Sky
    Deploying global observatories to improve climate models
  • Critical Subcriticals
    Nuclear weapons science without all the death and destruction

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FACES OF SCIENCE

Tom Vestrand

Tom Vestrand has always been interested in how the universe began, how it will end, and the nature of its early, violent history. At Los Alamos, he has worked on developing fully autonomous “thinking telescopes” that catch gamma-ray bursts—the biggest explosions since the Big Bang.

Read about his scientific research: Space Physics

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