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Gorilla Round-Up

Concerning Each of the Sixteen Living Gorillas in these United States

By Roger Conant

Where War Surprises Are Born

New Weapons and Standardized Maintenance Methods Are Developed at a Center in the United States

By Merrill Folsom

Decking Material, "Sea-Sickness" Machine

Helium Aids in Welding

Method Requiring No Flux Gives Many Advantages in Welding Magnesium, Important in Aircraft Fabrication

By S. R. Winters

Corks, Industrial Analysis, and more

A House in Six Hours

Three Trucks Haul All Materials for a Six-Room House Which Is Put Together With Double-Headed Nails

Fighting Fires Aloft

Precautions Taken on the Clipper Planes to Reduce Fire Hazard to an Absolute Minimum

Planet Companions

Three Faint Companions of Stars Are Half Way In Mass Between a Star and a Planet

By Henry Norris Russell

New Key to the North

When Peace Comes, the Alcan Highway Will Unlock Nature's Rich Storehouse of the Great Northwest

By A. D. Rathbone

"Exploded" Sketch, Cold Tunnel, and more

Latest Helicopter

Is a Two-Seater with Enclosed Cockpit; Will Assist In Allied Convoy Protection Against Subs

By Alexander Klemin

Plant Sweeper, Quick-Drying Oil, and more

Departments

  • 50 Years Ago, June 1943

  • From the Editor

    Our Point of View, June 1943

  • Recommended

    Our Book Corner, June 1943

  • Departments

    Personalities in Science, June 1943

  • Industrial Trends, June 1943

  • Myopes, Nylon Screens, and more

  • Current Bulletin Briefs, June 1943

  • Telescoptics, June 1943

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