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|February 26||A Realistic Interstellar Explorer||Ralph McNutt
Johns Hopkins University
Applied Physics Lab
|March 5||Beauty in Physics and the Accelerating Universe||Mario Livio
Space Telescope Science Institute
|March 12||Earth Observing 1: Validating Affordable New Landsat Technology||Dale Schulz
|March 19||New Perspectives on the Control of Cell Division||Robert B. Silver
Argonne National Laboratory
|March 26||Optical and Mechanical Alignment of Off-Axis Optical Components Such As Those Employed in NGST||Mitch Ruda
Ruda & Associates, Inc.
|April 2||Fly Me to the Moon||Richard Gran
Mathematical Analysis Co.
|April 9||The Robotic Search for Antarctic Meteorites||Michael Wagner
Carnegie Mellon University
|April 16||SNAP - Super Nova/Acceleration Probe||Michael E. Levi
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
|April 23||Liquid Nitrogen Powered Car||Mitty Plummer
University of North Texas
|April 30||Nanotechnology for NASA Missions||Meyya Meyyappan
NASA Ames Research Center
|May 7||Bio-centrism and Solar System Exploration||Carl Pilcher
|May 14||Laser Ranging to Retro-Reflectors on the Moon as a Test of Theories of Gravity: Does Gravitational Binding Energy Gravitate?||Carroll O. Alley
University of Maryland
|May 21||Ultrafast Optical Phenomena||Anthony Johnson
New Jersey Institute of Technology
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