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The Transmission Engineer's Job

By Julius J. Torok

Gold From Goldfish

Star Colors and Star Temperatures

By Henry Norris Russell

The Business Man Takes Wings

Speed, Safety, and Comfort Are the Key-Words that Open the Way to Modern Air Transportation for the Man to Whom 'Time is Money'

By Charles R. Marshall

New Light on Sasanian Culture

Concrete Bridge Makes New Record

By V. R. Covell

Is Space Curved?

By John P. Nikonow

Looking at Stresses

Complex Stresses in Engineering Structures Made Directly Visible by a New Method

By Max Mark Frocht

Big Springs

By Guy Elliott Mitchell

Why a Watch Keeps Time

By A. A. Hopkins

Gun Recoil Control

Endurance Cut From the Hillside

By Austin C. Lescarboura

Departments

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    Across the Editor's Desk, November 1932

  • Back of Frontispiece, November 1932

  • 'Fireworks' Between the Wires on a Power Line

  • Our Point of View, November 1932

  • Rat "Digests" Part of a Steel Ball Bearing

  • Mushroom Piling Patent Valid, Unfair Competition Suppressed and more

  • Books Selected by the Editors, November 1932

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