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All Articles by Marcia Bartusiak
Year (Volume & No.)TitleAbstractAuthorDownload
1983 (Volume 14, No. 2)Optical Interferometry: Optical InterferometryOptical astronomers are producing remarkable instruments--and results--by taking back a technique radio astronomers borrowed from them years ago. Infrared interferometry.Marcia BartusiakPDF
1983 (Volume 14, No. 5)Telescope Surfaces -- Measurement Special: Telescopes As Right As Can BeRadio astronomers press the limits of technology to achieve and maintain the precision of their instruments.Marcia BartusiakPDF
1984 (Volume 15, No. 2)Large-scale Structure: The Universe, By and LargeThe availability of massive computer capacity, among other things, makes possible views of the universe's structure on the largest scale.Marcia BartusiakPDF
1987 (Volume 18, No. 3)Gamma-ray Astronomy: The High-Energy UniverseBy expanding their observations into the high-energy-gamma portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, astronomers and physicists have opened a new window on the cosmos.Marcia BartusiakPDF
1988 (Volume 19, No. 3&4)Sun-earth -- Global Change Special: Energizing the Climate CyclesAs scientists develop confidence in their understanding of the sun-earth relationship and its impacts on climate and weather patterns, human effects on the system threaten to overwhelm the natural ones. Clouds in the equation.Marcia BartusiakPDF
1990 (Volume 21, No. 1)Helioseismology: Seeing into the SunAn infant discipline is forcing radical revision of long-held notions of phenomena at the solar core.Marcia BartusiakPDF


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