Robert Park

Professor of Physics, University of Maryland

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Professor of Physics at the University of Maryland and blogger on science and public policy; author of Superstition: Belief in the Age of Sciencev

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Astronaut-astronomer John Grunsfeld calls the  Hubble Space Telescope  "arguably the most important scientific instrument ever created," important enough for him and others to risk…

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