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10/07/2002

Caltech scientists find largest object in solar system since Pluto's discovery

elisabeth nadin

Planetary scientists at the California Institute of Technology have discovered a spherical body in the outskirts of the solar system. The object circles the sun every 288 years, is half the size of Pluto, and is larger than all of the objects in the asteroid belt combined.

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06/10/2002

Geophysicists Find Sharp-Sides to the African Superplume

Caltech scientists discover that the African superplume has edges that are sharp and distinct, not diffuse and blurred.
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04/12/2002

Schiff, Caltech Present Earthquake Forum

Jill Perry
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03/14/2002

Caltech Astronomer to Discuss the Search for Planets Outside Our Solar System

Marcus Woo
Postdoc scholar David Charbonneau, to give Watson lecture April 3, 2002.
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