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Trombonist Frank Lacy performs as part of free-jazz group 10³²K, named after the temperature at which matter disappears. (Lacy holds a degree in physics.)

Image credit: PHOTO COURTESY LIZ LIGON

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  • Story: 10³²K (November 13, 2013)

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