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Roland Diehl and Donald Clayton talk in Clayton's garden on Saturday Aug. 31, 2002. Diehl was Clayton house guest for three weeks while they worked with Clemson colleagues (see accompanying photo) on a paper on absence of 44Ti hotspots in COMPTEL data. This paper looks forward to the launch of INTEGRAL in October, with Diehl on its science team.



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