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Stanford Gravity Wave Project F1

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Stanford Gravity Wave Project F1

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James N. Hollenhorst
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Members of the Stanford Gravity Wave Project in 1975
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Photo taken by Jack Gilderoy, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, gift of James N. HollenhorstAIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Gift of James N. Hollenhorst

Stanford Gravity Wave Project, circa 1975. This was a prototype for the larger gravity wave detector. It had a magnetically levitated aluminum resonant mass antenna.

First Row: Brad Reese, Mike McAshan, Steve Boughn, Rich Sears, Bob Taber, Hugh Butler, Robin Giffard and William Fairbank
Second Row: Ho Jung Paik and James Hollenhorst.

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circa 1975
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1 photographic print (color; 8 x 5.5 inches)
Stanford University
Fairbank, William Martin, 1917-1989
McAshan, Michael S.
Boughn, Stephen Paul
Sears, Richard Langley
Hollenhorst, James N.