American Physical Soc


American Physical Soc
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February 26, 1870: First pneumatic powered subway line in New York City

On this day in 1870, Alfred Ely Beach unveiled his pneumatic powered subway line to the public. It was an immediate novelty attraction and was popular for the first year or so, until a stock market crash crushed Beach's dreams for good.
February 26, 1870: First pneumatic powered subway line in New York City

When water droplets freeze from the outside in, they fracture, then explode:

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February 1927: Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle

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In the 1920s, the prevailing quantum theory modeled the atom as having electrons in fixed quantized orbits around a nucleus, and, though this model worked well for hydrogen, there were problems with larger atoms and molecules. Werner Heisenberg objected to this model and he started work on trying to come up with a quantum mechanics formulation that relied on properties that could be observed. In February 1927, he developed a key piece of quantum theory with profound implications.
February 1927: Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle

In work that could help scientists better understand the formation of freezing rain, researchers explained in detail why supercooled drops of water that are triggered to rapidly freeze will then spontaneously shatter. See Synopsis article in Physics: (Video copyright American Physical Society, from Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 084101 (2017).)

On this day in 1987, Ian Shelton was taking a routine telescopic photo of a small galaxy 167,000 light-years from Earth called the Large Magellanic Cloud. Upon developing the photographic plate, he realized an aging massive star that had blown apart in a supernova explosion.
February 23, 1987: Discovery of Supernova 1987A