He was a world class astrophysicist, humble about his mind, who learned to live with depression and bipolar disorder.
Dimitri Mihalas, a Los Alamos National Laboratory astrophysicist, died the way he wanted to — in his sleep at his Santa Fe home on Nov. 21. He was 74. Mahalas was hired as a staff scientist in the applied physics department in 1998 and retired from the lab in 2012, according to LANL.
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