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Fred A. Grosse

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Susquehanna University

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Susquehanna University

514 University Ave

Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania,17870

United States

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Dr. Fred Grosse
Assistant Coach/Academic Advisor


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In his commencement address to students, Fred A. Grosse, Susquehanna professor of physics (now professor emeritus) and the longest serving faculty member in the university's history, told graduates that perseverance is the key to success.
"Don't think about the score, salary, rewards, winning or losing," Grosse said.


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All Headline News - Selinsgrove, PA (AHN) - The Star of Bethlehem was a planetary conjunction, according to Fred Grosse, a professor of physics and binoculars for astronomy astronomy at Susquehanna University.


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Fred Grosse, professor of physics and astronomy at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa., said several theories have been posed for the origin of the biblical star tale."Astronomical objects or events which would be of interest to serious stargazers of the time include comets and meteors, nova or supernova and auroras," Grosse said.But the favored hypothesis, he said, is a planetary conjunction, probably Jupiter and Saturn lining up in the sky.• The just-for-the-heck-of-it: The puzzle that baffles most experts is Santa science.That's the search to answer the question on every person's lips from the time they reach the age of reason: How could that guy â€" and he's overweight, remember â€" pull it off?


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Professor of physics and astronomy at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Penn., Fred Grosse, believes that the Magi witnessed a planetary conjunction.


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