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August/September 2004 (Volume 13, Number 8)

Consider an Asymmetrical Pulsar…

On June 22, APS participated in an event on Capitol Hill sponsored by the Coalition for National Science Funding (CNSF).

Here Jessica Clark, APS Public Outreach Coordinator, explains the Einstein@home project to David Goldston, Chief of Staff of the House Science Committee.

The Einstein@home distributed computing project, to be launched during the World Year of Physics in 2005, will enable owners of personal computers to donate CPU time to the search for gravitational waves, using data gathered by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO). LIGO, consisting of two observatories located in Livingston, Louisiana and Hanford, Washington, is funded by the National Science Foundation.

More information on Einstein@home

CNSF Event


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August/September 2004 (Volume 13, Number 8)

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Articles in this Issue
UN Declares 2005 the International Year of Physics
Executive Board Urges Review of Moon/Mars Mission Proposal
Latest Membership Survey Rates APS Activities
Physics Department Chairs Make Their Case on Capitol Hill
APS Members Urged to Help Jailed Russian Researcher
Spotlight on the Physics Profession
Consider an Asymmetrical Pulsar…
Workforce Issues Dominate Policy Briefing
NRC Releases "Physics of the Universe" Strategic Plan
DAMOP Lecture Wows the Public
Fred Stein Heads for the Hills
APS Selects 26 as 2004-2005 Undergraduate Minority Scholars
APS-Led Teacher Prep Program is Seeing Results
Librarians Honor APS Journals
Letters
Inside the Beltway: A Washington Analysis
The Back Page
Members in the Media
This Month in Physics History
Zero Gravity: The Lighter Side of Science