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Richard Feynman was an American physicist who lived between 1918-1988. He is famous for his contributions in building the first nuclear bomb and for his work in understanding the way electrons behave.
He also developed safer methods for the storage of nuclear wastes and solved the mystery behind the space shuttle Challenger's explosion.
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