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Course: ME 306, Fall 2008
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00202505
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Source Contamination: 9.96E-07 +/- 9.1E-08 cts/s
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00202505
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Berkeley - ASTRO - 00202505
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