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Deborah King, associate professor of exercise and sport sciences
King’s expertise on the science of figure skating was utilized by The Globe and Mail in an article about the physics of quadruple toe loops. King pointed out that it is difficult for skaters to narrow their body as required for the jump, since centrifugal forces require skaters to pull their limbs in...

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Luke Keller, associate professor of physics

The St. Louis Globe-Democrat, via the UPI wire service, covered the historic launch of the SOFIA observatory, short for Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, a project that Keller played a large part in. “The images we captured are beautiful and rich in details that we already know are unique and will...

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Luke Keller, associate professor of physics
Luke Keller contributed an article to Sky & Telescope magazine about NASA’s SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy) project. In conjunction with that article, he was also interviewed by the editor-in-chief of Sky & Telescope, Robert Naeye. Click on the link to listen to the interview:

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