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A key chapter of discovery in infrared astronomy has closed with the death of Stephan D. Price on 1 December 2012. Steve grew up in Los Angeles in a modest household and graduated from UCLA with an AB in 1963. While a graduate student, he worked for ITT Federal Labs on one of the first infrared sky surveys, foreshadowing his greatest contribution to infrared astronomy, the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory (AFGL) Infrared Sky Survey. He earned his Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in 1970 with Bob Wing.
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Kimmo Albin Innanen died on August 3, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, due to complications from cancer treatment, after 74 trips around the sun, his favourite way of describing age.
(For Dennis Lamenti, written by Richard H. Durisen)
I sing a song for this brave man,
curious and kind,
whose laughter burst from deep
within his ample heart.
Warrior of formulas and codes,
he traced the mathematics
of the stars, with wonder,
through his ancestors’ eyes,
And studied the tracks of science
to divine his way anew
along the sacred path,
out of the common desert.
Who could doubt the worthiness