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Articles by Kenneth Chang

THE NEW YORK TIMES
January 21, 2009
The lasting impression left by the Apollo missions is of a moon that is gray, dusty, desolate and dead. But instruments left behind by Apollo astronauts recorded moonquakes and wobbles in its rotation that gave hints of a still molten core.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
March 20, 2007
It is one of the most symmetrical mathematical structures in the universe.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
February 27, 2007
Brian Kappus, a physics graduate student at UCLA, tipped the clear cylinder to trap some air bubbles in the clear liquid inside. He clamped the cylinder, upright, on a small turntable and set it spinning. With the flip of another switch, powerful up-and-down vibrations, 50 a second, started shaking the cylinder.
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