Clemson University

Donald D. Clayton, Clemson University (left) discussing with Roberto Gallino, Torino Italy (right), the modern theory for neutron-capture nucleosynthesis in AGB stars. (plus two unidentified onlookers). Gallino became a pioneer for the modern models of the s process within AGB stars, and Clayton was originator at Caltech (1961) of the time-dependent s process theory. Photo taken on Friday July 16, 2004, at an Institute for Nuclear Theory Program on the campus of the University of Washington in Seattle.



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