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English: Photograph of Sir Martin Rees (Lord Rees of Ludlow) taken at the 50th anniversary of the Lovell radio telescope at Jodrell Bank.
Português: Fotografia de Sir Martin Rees (Lord Rees de Ludlow) discursando no 50º aniversário do radio telescópio Lovell em Jodrell Bank.
Date 2007
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  • 18:18, 31 October 2007 Robminchin 464×435 (56,576 bytes) (Photograph of Sir Martin Rees (Lord Rees of Ludlow) taken at the 50th anniversary of the Lovell radio telescope at Jodrell Bank.)
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