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Donald D. Clayton (Professor)
    Email: cdonald@clemson.edu
    Ph. D. 1962 -- California Inst. of Technology
    Theoretical study of the origin of atomic nuclei in stars (nucleosynthesis) and the evolution of stars; theoretical study of the occurrences of natural radioactivity and its implications; gamma ray astronomy; the interpretation of isotopic anomalies in samples from meteorites; the origin of the solar system.
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Phillip J. Flower (Associate Professor)
    Ph. D. 1976 -- University of Washington at Seattle
    Stellar structure and evolution of stars; color-magnitude diagrams of galactic and extragalactic star clusters.
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Dieter H. Hartmann (Associate Professor)
    Email: hartmann@grb.phys.clemson.edu
    Ph. D. 1989 -- University of California at Santa Cruz
    Gamma-ray astronomy: bursts; galactic structure and evolution; stellar structure and evolution nucleosynthesis and chemical evolution.
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Jeremy King (Associate Professor)
    Ph. D. 1993 -- University of Hawaii
    High resolution optical and near-UV spectroscopy; Galactic chemical evolution; Big Bang nucleosynthesis; Galactic stellar populations.
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Mark D. Leising (Professor)
    Email: lmark@clemson.edu
    Ph. D. 1987 -- Rice University
    Gamma-ray astrophysics - radioactivity from stellar explosions, gamma-ray transients, the cosmic gamma-ray background, high-energy processes in compact stars and accretion disks; supernovae; classical novae; nuclear astrophysics. Astronomy labs for non-scientists.
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Bradley S. Meyer (Professor)
    Email: mbradle@clemson.edu
    Ph. D. 1989 -- University of Chicago
    Nuclear astrophysics; stellar collapse; cosmology; interstellar dust.
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Lih-Sin The (Research Associate)
    Email: tlihsin@hubcap.clemson.edu
    Ph. D. 1989 -- University of Arizona
    X-ray and Gamma-Ray from supernova; supernova light curve; stellar nucleosynthesis.
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