Date: Thu Mar 26 13:21:18 2009
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Author: Bernard Cleyet
Subject: Free Astron. download. Fwd: physicsworld.com newswire (Week 12)
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> Date: 2009, March 19, 17:00:00 PDT
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> Subject: physicsworld.com newswire (Week 12)
> physicsworld.com newswire (Week 12)
> FREE:Download a PDF of the Astronomy 2009 special issue of Physics
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