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1995PASP..107....1T - Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 107, 1-21 (1995/January-0)

Astrophysics in 1994.


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1994 was the year in which we saw the first images from the repaired Hubble Space Telescope; the probable detection of a diffuse intergalactic medium, a black hole in M87, and an enormous primordial deuterium abundance; the discovery of the first (and second) superluminal objects within our own galaxy; not to mention the demise of the Jovian dinosaurs. But, as always, most astronomers continued to work away on the projects that have interested them for years or decades, and we attempt also to report some progress in broader areas, including cooling flows, extragalactic globular cluster populations, disk instabilities, phases of the interstellar medium, and brown dwarfs among microlenses and other populations. Several sections of short items range from the obvious to the remarkable to the unbelievable. As in previous years, the ordering of the topics attempts to preserve the near-to-far custom of elementary astronomy textbooks.

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