The following photographs were taken at The American Physical Society (APS) Centennial meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, March 20-26, 1999. With some 11,400 physicists in attendance, this was the largest physics meeting in history. Highlights included the presence of more than 40 Nobel laureates, a panel of past White House Science Advisors, a talk by Stephen Hawking, the unveiling of the Centennial physics wall chart by DOE secretary Bill Richardson, and international banquet attended by physicists from over 60 nations, a gala banquest at the Fernbank Museum in Atlanta, a series of public lectures on everyday physics (physics related to ballet, baseball, beer, trumpets and more), and numerous symposia and press conferences on some of the most important physics topics of the day.
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