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Image title: 
Albert Rose (left) and Harvey E. White (right) giving a demonstration of how the gyroscope is used
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Albert Rose (left), Research Physicist at the RCA Laboratories, Princeton, N.J., is one of the leading scientists in this country selected to be a guest lecturer on Continental Classroom, the coast-to-coast NBC-TV Atomic Age Physics course for college credit. Here with Dr. Harvey E. White (right), vice chairman of the physics department at the University of California and national teacher of the course, Dr. Rose demonstrates how the gyroscope is used as a model for observing and predicting the paths of electrons and ions in a magnetic field.

Photo date: 
March 11, 1959
Original format: 
1 photographic print (black and white; 10 x 8 inches)
Rose, Albert, 1910-1990
White, Harvey Elliott, 1902-1988