May 1989
Physics Today;May89, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p68
Academic Journal
Presents news briefs concerning the physical sciences. British science funding increase; British astronomers who recommend the construction of three new telescopes; British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher who has expressed concern for the global environment.


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