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Two Harvard juniors are among 62 students from 21 states who have received full scholarships to attend Columbia University's Institute in Space Physics this summer. Richard H. Goldman, of Adams House and Brooklyn, N.Y., and Norman J. Weiss, of Adams House and West Hempstead, N.Y., will participate in the program, which is being offered for the first time.

The course will feature lectures by leading physicists Robert Jastrow and Werner von Braun, which will be supplemented by field trips to space flight installations of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

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