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Superconducting Super Collider electromagnet prototype on exhibit in Science in American Life, 1994Superconducting Super Collider electromagnet prototype on exhibit in Science in American Life, 1994

The SSC, which would have been the world's largest particle accelerator, was cancelled because of costs. In this exhibition the prototype is shown with material from communities fighting both for and against the project.

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