September 2000
Science Teacher;Sep2000, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p18
Academic Journal
Reports on the calculations by University of Washington physicians for the Earth's mass that could establish the most precise measurement ever achieved of Isaac Newton's gravitational constant. Differences from other measurements; Device used by the researchers to make their measurements.


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