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Volume 2
Number 41
June 8-14, 1998  

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Research shows asteroids hard to destroy or deflect
[Computer images of Castalia asteroid] An analysis of collisions between asteroids may help explain the structure and evolution of these small planetary bodies. The study, carried out by a UCSC astronomer with colleagues at other institutions, raises concerns about the feasibility of disrupting or deflecting an asteroid in the event that one is discovered hurtling through space toward Earth. (Larger photo)

Conference to explore ideas for virtual high school

Michael Tanner's tenure as EVC ends on a high note

Forum gives business owners tips for success

OPERS plans groundbreaking activities for new fitness center

Parking permit prices rise for 1998-99

New 831 area code to debut in July

National focus on oceans long overdue, say researchers

UCSC honors student academic achievement

Annual student print sale set for June 12

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