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Renowned Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Louis Rosen died in his sleep at 6:30 p.m. Thursday from complications of a subdural hematoma.
Rosen, 91, was as brilliant and vital as ever and went to work at the laboratory as usual on Thursday Aug. 13, his family said.
It is presumed he continued his normal routine spending time at Mesa Public Library the following day.
Rosen apparently fell in the early hours of Saturday Aug. 15 at his Los Alamos home.
He was airlifted to UNM Medical Center in Albuquerque where he remained until late Thursday afternoon.