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Engineering and Science, Volume 63:1, 2000

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Sampling the Solar System
by Edward C. Stone
We've flown by almost all of our planetary neighbors. Now the Jet Propulsion Lab plans to look at them more closely and take samples.

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by Douglas L. Smith
Landslides on the ocean floor can set off locally damaging tsunamis with very little warning, says a group of Caltech alumni.

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Item Type:Journal Issue
Record Number:CaltechES:63.1.0
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