Vol. 60 No. #1 Archives

More Stories from the July 7, 1951 issue

  1. Simple Trichinosis Test

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  2. Wood Collection in Home

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  3. As Usual, July Will Be Hot except in Far North

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  4. New Machines and Gadgets

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  5. Front Matter

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  6. New Disease Attack

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  7. [Photograph]: Giant Aerial Bomb

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  8. Cosmic Dust Cloud Near

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  9. Dry-Month Runs Likely

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  10. New Cathode Ray Tube

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  11. [Photograph]: Traveling Workshop

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  12. Balance Better, That’s Why Insects Have Six Legs

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  13. Can Always Find Auroras in Alaskan Night Sky

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  14. Hospital for Research

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  15. Nautical Tables Accurate

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  16. [Photograph]: Litter-Carrier

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  17. “Shooting Stars” Ancient

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  18. Arteries Themselves Make Artery Hardening Chemical

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  19. Most Serious Fire Hazard Ever Faced in Southwest

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  20. Self-Lubricating Metals Used in Machine Bearings

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  21. In Science Fields

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  22. New Kind of Green Gold

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  23. Nature Ramblings: Yankee Mockingbird

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  24. Need Topographical Maps

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  25. Probe Origin of Two-Mile Wide Crater in Canada

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  26. Guided Missiles Toughest Problem in Navigation

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  27. Long Transport Hard

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  28. Scientists Study Life on Remote Coral Atoll

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  29. Cross Wind Landing Gear Simplified and Improved

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  30. Books of the Week

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  31. Varying Sweepback Wings

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  32. Less Stray Matter around Jupiter than near Mars

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