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Photo of the Week by Tamas Kolos SM ’13

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A night of star gazing near Mt. Monadnock, waiting for the perseid meteor shower (© Tamas Kolos).

Tamas Kolos is a PhD candidate at the International Center for Air Transportation (ICAT) at MIT, currently living in Boston. See more of his work on his website. View other alumni photos of the week.

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