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Voyager exits solar system with instruments designed by UNH scientist

Webber was a scientist at the University of New Hampshire in the mid-1970s when he and colleagues from the Goddard Space Flight Center and Cal Tech proposed to NASA experiments using the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft to study cosmic rays. Webber helped design the instruments for the experiment. He joined New Mexico State University in 1990 and is technically retired now, but Voyager keeps him active as a researcher.


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