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1988 Tourist Trophy Featured 1988 Print

1988 Tourist Trophy

SILVERSTONE, UNITED KINGDOM - SEPTEMBER 04: Kurt Simonsen / Christer Simonsen, Team CMS Sweden, Ford Sierra RS 500 Cosworth during the Tourist Trophy at Silverstone on September 04, 1988 in Silverstone, United Kingdom. (Photo by LAT Images)

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Calgary Olympics - Bobsleigh Featured 1988 Print

Calgary Olympics - Bobsleigh

Bobsleigh - 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics - Men's Four Training
The Jamaica team - Dudley Stokes, Devon Harris, Michael White, Chris Stokes - during the start phase in training at the Canada Olympic Park, Calgary.
It was the first time Jamaica had entered the Winter Olympics in any sport. In their third run in the competition proper their bob overturned and slid down the track with the crew members? helmets scraping the ice wall. Thankfully the team were unhurt, and the image of them walking across the finish line alongside their bobsleigh became one of the enduring sights of the 1988 Olympics. Later their story was the loose basis for the film Cool Runnings

© Colorsport

Portrait of Pavel Cerenkov Featured 1988 Print

Portrait of Pavel Cerenkov

Pavel Cerenkov, Russian physicist, born Voronezh Guberniya on August 10, 1904, photographed (on right) at the controls of a synchrotron at the Institute of Physics of the Soviet Academy of Science, in 1959. His important discovery in 1934 involved the velocity of high-energy subatomic particles, which is never greater than the velocity of light in a vacuum. Light travelling through water, however, moves more slowly: a high- energy particle moving through water may exceed the velocity of light in that medium. When it does it creates a "wake" of light - termed Cerenkov radiation. For this work, Cerenkov, Frank & Tamm shared the 1958 Nobel Prize in physics

© RIA NOVOSTI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY