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Solar neutrino mysteries persist. Apr 30, 1988 804
Farthest galaxy is cosmic question. Apr 23, 1988 905
Seeking neutrinos under the ocean. Apr 16, 1988 800
Quantum nondemolition experiments. Apr 9, 1988 414
Thallium, bismuth superconductivity. Apr 2, 1988 642
First telescope with active optics. Mar 19, 1988 725
Transistor sensitive to one electron. Mar 12, 1988 524
How high-speed iron dust does damage. Mar 5, 1988 427
Games physicists play. Mar 5, 1988 1054
Lucky seven in SSC site competition. Jan 30, 1988 279
Discovering transuranic elements at Dubna. Jan 30, 1988 1745
Galaxies in a primitive state? Jan 23, 1988 808
I.I Rabi, 1898-1988. obituary Jan 23, 1988 283
Supernova makes heavy elements. Jan 2, 1988 864
Very Large Telescope. Jan 2, 1988 344
The Prairie Home accelerator: a gathering of folks from all over considers the meaning and impact of the proposed Superconducting Super Collider. Jan 2, 1988 1954
SSC: an iffy proposition in Congress. Dec 12, 1987 835
Large Magellanic explosion: supernova 1987A is nature's most spectacular blast. Dec 12, 1987 1799
Ring around a gravitational lens. Nov 21, 1987 446
Astronomy in West Germany goes supernational: the science of astronomy virtually demands international cooperation. Nov 21, 1987 1784
Experimenting with 40 trillion electron-volts: it takes hundred of physicists several years to design experimental detectors for the Superconducting Super Collider. Nov 14, 1987 2234
The road to magnetic fusion? Nov 7, 1987 589
A most powerful X-ray machine. Oct 31, 1987 254
A hint of gamma rays. Oct 31, 1987 262
Blank about Mont Blanc. Oct 31, 1987 362
Supernova X-rays: too little too soon. Oct 24, 1987 777
'Out, damned spot.' (spot observed next to supernova 1987 disappears) Oct 24, 1987 254
New clues to the fifth force and its source. Oct 3, 1987 783
Gone with fission. Sep 26, 1987 317
Antimatter, antichemistry. Sep 26, 1987 306
Seeking aneutronic fusion. Sep 19, 1987 787
States race SSC site-proposal deadline. Sep 12, 1987 336
Big telescopes on a roll: the world has a number of projects for telescopes in a size range thought to be impossible not many years ago. Sep 12, 1987 2095
Seeking supernovas systematically: automated patrols will alert astronomers to new supernovas so that can gather the statistics they need. Sep 5, 1987 1340
The fifth force: pulling both ways. Aug 29, 1987 1203
Were the supernova's neutrinos pulsed? Aug 22, 1987 422
Follow that supernova: as SN 1987A develops, astronomers watch and wonder. Aug 22, 1987 1686
Super collider: steps to reality. Interview Aug 15, 1987 1179
Star motions may alter view of galaxy. Aug 1, 1987 641
A new way of making spectral redshifts. Jul 11, 1987 714
Creationism in Ontario. Jul 11, 1987 304
Protoplanetary disks are common. Jul 11, 1987 279
Superconductivity glimpsed near 300 K. Jul 4, 1987 515
Puzzling pulsar offers opportunities. Jul 4, 1987 765
'Possible' and 'probable' alien planets. Jun 27, 1987 651
End of the world: you won't feel a thing. Jun 20, 1987 791
Superconductivity and quantum mechanics. Jun 6, 1987 793
Superconducting superscramble. Jun 6, 1987 1463
Neutrino mass: a tritium disagreement. May 30, 1987 693
Superconductors: a dimpled beauty. May 23, 1987 558
Current news about superconductors. May 16, 1987 399
Dark shadows among the galaxies. May 16, 1987 529
Getting the picture in the infrared. May 9, 1987 524
X-ray microscopy in 3-D; microtomography resolves micron-sized structures inside solid objects. May 9, 1987 1307
Regenerating neutrinos. May 9, 1987 316
Rattling WIMPs. May 9, 1987 249
Supernova: high on understanding. May 2, 1987 1126
Neutrino mass: a positive view. Apr 18, 1987 424
Oodles of 'noodles' found in galaxy. Apr 18, 1987 408
Marvelous mystery cosmic radiation. Apr 11, 1987 656
Neutrino physics after the supernova. Apr 11, 1987 1144
Superconductivity: a hard frost. Apr 4, 1987 421
Superconductivity: a physics rush. Mar 28, 1987 1417
On the trail of elemental matter; experiments now being analyzed seek a quark-gluon plasma, matter stripped to its most elementary constituents. Mar 28, 1987 1520
Neutrino astronomy born in a supernova. Mar 21, 1987 1106
Fractals: magical fun or revolutionary science? Mar 21, 1987 809
Scientists, 'boxed in,' scramble after supernova, find neutrinos. Mar 14, 1987 981
The old and the ethnic in astronomy. Mar 14, 1987 1708
Supernova 1987A: astronomers' luck. Mar 7, 1987 588
Keep cool with cold nuclear fusion. Feb 28, 1987 623
Star tracks. Feb 28, 1987 1958
Siting the SSC: criteria and procedure. Feb 21, 1987 1327
Signs of Nemesis: meteors, magnetism. Feb 14, 1987 552
A periodic table for molecules. Feb 7, 1987 333
Glimpses of alien comets and planets? Jan 24, 1987 406
Luminous arcs discovered between galaxies. Jan 17, 1987 591
A more complex solar cycle. Jan 17, 1987 980
New telescope for old. Jan 17, 1987 341
Spectroscopic survey telescope. Jan 17, 1987 227
Strings that blow bubbles in the cosmos. Jan 10, 1987 617
A very old galaxy that may be very young. Jan 10, 1987 770
News from the center of our galaxy. Jan 10, 1987 365
A satellite triangle for gravity waves. Jan 10, 1987 247
True ZITs: can such things be? Jan 3, 1987 1012
Intimations of gravity waves. Jan 3, 1987 255
Ugly duckling redux. Jan 3, 1987 298
Taking the measure of the stars. Jan 3, 1987 2034
Watching a black hole's diet. Dec 6, 1986 612
Trapping antimatter: antiprotons on hold. Nov 29, 1986 988
Enormous stellar shell raises theoretical questions. Nov 22, 1986 512
Spinning a large telescope from glass. Nov 15, 1986 426
Experts say force is not with SDI. Nov 8, 1986 557
Rolling with coal. Nov 8, 1986 2570
Pumping up hope for gamma ray laser. Nov 1, 1986 762
Blackbody swallows laser light. Nov 1, 1986 294
How the blue jay got blue. Nov 1, 1986 303
On the threshold of Cherenkov astronomy; radiation of extremely high energy from several celestial objects is leading astronomers to extend their science's spectral range yet again. Oct 25, 1986 1792
A handful of high-speed quasars. Oct 18, 1986 763
Radio interferometry steps off the earth. Oct 18, 1986 447
A dizzying orbit for a binary star. Oct 11, 1986 456

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