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200 Scientists Visit the Pope

Two hundred scientists, taking part in the International Chemistry Congress, were presented to the Pope at Castel Gandolfo. Most of the scientists were French and Belgian, the rest coming from America, England and Italy.

The Pope told them that he was glad that, at Castel Gandolfo, he had an astrophysical laboratory, which, no doubt, they would be glad to see. He added that his interest in cosmic chemistry dated from his mountaineering days.




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