Fusion: past, present, and future [videorecording]. 1991.

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Princeton University. Plasma Physics Laboratory. Fusion: past, present, and future [videorecording].

Fusion: past, present, and future [videorecording]. 1991.

Scientific program commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL). Speakers include: Ira Bernstein, Roy Bikerton, Alan Boozer, Joseph Cecchi, John Clarke, Ronald Davidson, N. Anne Davies, Harold Eubank, Robert Goldston, Melvin Gottlieb, Don Grove, Atsuo Iiyoshi, Dale Meade, Robert Mills, Bruce Montgomery, Francis Perkins, Jr., Paul Reardon, Paul Rebut, Barrett Ripin, Paul Rutherford, Carl Sagan, John Schmidt, Robert Socolow, Hugo Sonnenschein, Lyman Spitzer, Jr., Sanea Tamura, J.R. Thompson, Roscoe White, and Ellen Zweibel.

10 videocassettes (785 min.) : sd, col. ; 1/2 inch.

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