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All Articles by Frederic Golden
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1990 (Volume 21, No. 2)Gravitational Astronomy: Opening Another WindowI--The Science: Efforts by scientists on four continents should enable gravitational astronomers to peer beyond their present horizons, back virtually to the big bang itself. II-The Technology: Tomorrow's mainstream gravitational telescopes promise to be optical interferometers. Bar antennas vie for a piece of the action.Frederic GoldenPDF
1991 (Volume 22, No. 2)Metallic Hydrogen: Another Milestone in the Solid StatePhysicists and chemists of various persuasions are tantalizingly close to the metallization of hydrogen--at pressures of millions of atmospheres and supercold temperatures. Some remarkable applications are waiting in the wings.Frederic GoldenPDF


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