Catch Purdue prof’s Webb Space Telescope work on ’60 Minutes’
The Sunday evening segment follows the release of the latest image from the Webb Space Telescope from a team led by Purdue prof Danny Milisavljevic
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PURDUE ASTRONOMER’S WORK WITH LATEST WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE DATA ON ’60 MINUTES’
Check “60 Minutes” Sunday evening on CBS to catch Danny Milisavljevic, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at Purdue who is among the first researchers working with data and images coming the Webb Space Telescope.
“Producers tell me that I made the final cut,” Milisavljevic said late in the week, passing along a photo taken of him on the hot seat for a segment on the Webb Space Telescope from “60 Minutes” correspondent Scott Pelley.
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