References to popular articles published in 1996:
By: Sallie Baliunas and Willie Soon.
Sky & Telescope, Vol. 92, 6:38 (Dec. 1996).
Looking inside the sun. (Solar and Heliospheric Observatory images).
By: Jim Wilson.
Popular Mechanics, Vol. 173, No. 11, p34 (Nov. 1996).
GONG: probing the sun's hidden heart.
By: James R. Kennedy.
Sky & Telescope, Vol. 92, 4:20 (Oct. 1996).
Unsolved Mysteries of the Sun - Part 2.
By: Kenneth R. Lang.
Sky & Telescope, Vol. 92, 3:24 (Sept. 1996).
COSMIC STORMS COMING.
By: J. MADELEINE NASH.
Time Magazine, Vol. 148, no. 12, p54 (Sept. 9, 1996).
Results from a solar cycle of neutrino data.
By: Ivars Peterson.
Science News, Vol. 150, p149 (Sept. 7, 1996).
How to light a fire: studies of the sun's corona heat up.
By: Ron Cowen.
Science News, Vol. 150, p136 (Aug. 31, 1996).
UNSOLVED MYSTERIES OF THE SUN - PART 1.
By: KENNETH R. LANG.
Sky & Telescope, Vol. 92, 2:38 (Aug. 1996).
The stellar dynamo.
By: Elizabeth Nesme-Ribes, Sallie L. Baliunas, and
Scientific American, Vol. 275, n2, p47 (Aug. 1996).
The blustery void: space weather forecasting comes of age.
By: Corey S. Powell.
Scientific American, Vol. 275, n2, p24 (Aug. 1996).
Striking the GONG. (Global Oscillations Network Group's solar
The Economist, Vol. 340, n7979, p63 (Aug. 17, 1996).
Unruly sun emerges in solar observatory's first results.
By: James Glanz.
Science, Vol. 273, p179 (July 12, 1996).
Solar neutrino experiments: the next generation.
By: John N. Bahcall, Frank Calaprice, Arthur B. McDonald and
Physics Today, Vol. 49, p30 (July 1996).
Putting some sizzle in the corona (100-million-degree oxygen ions detected
in Sun's corona).
By: James Glanz.
Science, Vol. 272, p1738 (June 21, 1996).
The Odyssey of Ulysses in the Solar Sea.
By: Vickie Deneroff.
Griffith Observer, Vol. 60, no. 6, p2 (June 1996)
(Third Prize, 1995 Hughes/Friends of the Observatory, Griffith
Observer Writing Contest).
Space Fleet Stares Deep Into the Sun.
By: Kathy Sawyer.
Washington Post (May 20, 1996).
SOHO turns an unblinking eye on a turbulent sun.
By: Alexander Hellemans.
Science, Vol. 272, p813 (May 10, 1996).
SOHO images seething sun (Joint European/US solar imaging satellite).
By: Craig Covault.
Aviation Week & Space Technology, Vol. 144, n19, p42 (May 6, 1996).
SOHO views the sun in a new dimension (Solar and Heliospheric
By: Ron Cowen.
Science News, Vol. 149, n18, p277 (May 4, 1996).
Spacecraft to the sun: a probe named Ulysses takes a top-to-bottom look
at our local star.
By: George Liles.
Science World, Vol. 52, p17 (May 3, 1996).
Ghost hunters: physicists set out to trap the most elusive particle in
the universe (Sudbury, Ontario, Neutrino Observatory - SNO).
By: Michael D. Lemonick.
Time Magazine, Vol. 147, n15, p48 (Apr. 8, 1996).
Discover, Vol. 17, p12 (Apr. 1996).
Sound from sunspots generates heat as well as light.
By: Ray Ladbury.
Physics Today, Vol. 49, p20 (Apr. 1996).
An exotic eclipse. (solar eclipse of Oct. 24, 1995).
By: Jeff Kanipe.
Astronomy, Vol. 24, n4, p74 (Apr. 1996).
Dim corona foreshadows storms (predicting magnetic storms).
By: Kim Peterson.
Science, Vol. 271, p1231 (Mar. 1, 1996).
Ulysses: Solar Sojourner.
By: Richard G. Marsden and Edward J. Smith.
Sky & Telescope, Vol. 91, 3:24 (Mar. 1996).
When Rahu devoured the Sun (total solar eclipse).
By: M. Barlow Pepin.
Sky & Telescope, Vol. 91, 3:38 (Mar. 1996).
Solar forecast: looking for the max.
By: Richard Monastersky.
Science News, Vol. 149, n12, p180 (Mar. 23, 1996).
Polar spacecraft to fly this week.
By: James R. Asker.
Aviation Week & Space Technology, Vol. 144, n8, p24 (Feb. 19, 1996).