Volume 14, number 6
The Crash at Last!
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4 NASA Today, and a Vision for Tomorrow: NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin has proposed a new purpose for the space agency: the search for planets like Earth.
8 The Crash at Last: Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 Collides With Jupiter: Keith Noll begins our coverage of the Shoemaker-Levy 9 saga.
14 Live From Other Worlds: A Pilot Electronic Field Trip: Geoff Haines-Stiles tells the story of a project that melds computers, classrooms, and space technology.
15 Watching Jupiter Worldwide: Susan Lendroth and Carlos Populus share some of the highlights of our Jupiter Watch! program, and look forward to continuing our watch as Galileo approaches the giant planet.
3 Members' Dialogue Planetary protection, and the Pluto Fast Flyby Mission.
16 News & Reviews Scientific American's provocative article on life in the universe.
17 World Watch The growing Japanese planetary program.
18 Readers' Service Sample the universe through books or CD-ROMs.
19 Society News Keep up with the latest Society events!
20 Q&A The effects of gravity in space, seasons, and flight times to the closest star.