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***SPECIAL EDITION***
August 14, 2002

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Photo 1

high school physics teachers assemble a cosmic ray detector; caption is below

High school physics teachers work with Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory physicist Jae Yu to assemble a cosmic ray detector as part of a project at the laboratory to promote learning among students.
Photo Credit: Thomas Jordan, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office

Photo 2

students assemble an electronic logic board for a classroom cosmic ray detector; caption is below

Students assemble an electronic logic board for a classroom cosmic ray detector as part of a program based at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois, to help students learn about high energy physics.
Photo Credit: Pote Pothongusan, Cape Henry Collegiate School

Photo 3

a teacher cleans up a plastic scintillator; caption is below

A teacher cleans up a plastic scintillator used in a rooftop cosmic ray detector.
Photo Credit: Jeff Wilkes, University of Washington Physics Department

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