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The week in pictures: July 21-27, 2012

In the past seven days, astronomers released the highest resolution images ever taken of the Sun’s corona, scientists discovered a neutron star with a strong rotation glitch, the Odyssey spacecraft repositioned itself, and more.
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Largest ever Cerenkov telescope sees first light

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