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Astronomer Noreen Grice | Meeting the Minds

She was determined to let the blind touch the stars

By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / September 22, 2008

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When she was an undergraduate astronomy major at Boston University in the mid-1980s, Noreen Grice got a work-study job taking tickets at the Hayden Planetarium in the Museum of Science. For a space geek who had grown up learning about the stars by looking up at that same dome, this was something of a dream job, a chance to see, ... (Full article: 868 words)

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