John N. Bahcall papers, 1955-2005 (bulk 1971-2005).

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John N. Bahcall papers, 1955-2005 (bulk 1971-2005).

The collection includes research files and calculations related to solar neutrinos, the Hubble Space Telescope and other scientific topics, handwritten notebooks, professional correspondence, Bahcall's scientific papers, files from his tenure as president of the American Astronomical Society, and recordings of some of his appearances on radio and television.

45 linear feet (84 document boxes, 3 audiovisual recordings boxes, and 1 oversize scrapbook)

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Bahcall, John N.

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John Norris Bahcall was a world renowned astrophysicist who served on the faculty of the Institute for Advanced Study from 1971 to 2005. Bahcall's pioneering work on solar neutrinos and the establishment of the Standard Solar Model was crucial to the understanding of the sun. His theoretical predictions, combined with experimental solar neutrino work proved how the sun shines, and resulted in the unexpected discovery that neutrinos have mass, thus requiring new physics. He was a leading force in...

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Founded in 1899 as the Astronomical and Astrophysical Society of America, in 1914 the name was changed to the American Astronomical Society. Its purpose is the advancement of astronomy and closely related branches of science. The Society became an Associate Member of the American Institute of Physics in 1958, and has been a full Member Society since 1966. It is also affiliated with the International Astronomical Union. From the description of Records of the Education Office, 1962-198...

Bahcall, Neta

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Davis, Raymond, 1914-2006

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Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, N.J.). School of Natural Sciences.

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Hubble Space Telescope (Spacecraft)

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