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3-D vision stretches from medicine to space

This model of a star cluster in the Perseus constellation can be rotated. This model of a star cluster in the Perseus constellation can be rotated. (INITIATIVE IN INNOVATIVE COMPUTING)
By J.M. Berger
Globe Correspondent / March 26, 2007

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Even by the standards of the new interdisciplinary science, it is a striking crossover: Astronomers borrowing a trick from surgeons. (Full article: 401 words)

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