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First observation of omega-minus particle Featured 1986 Print

First observation of omega-minus particle

This historic photograph from the 80-inch (200cm) bubble chamber at the Brookhaven National Laborat- ory shows the first observation of the omega-minus particle, which consists of three strange quarks. A negative kaon enters at bottom left & collides with a proton in the chamber's hydrogen to produce 3 particles, including the omega-minus. The omega travels a short distance before decaying into a negative pion, which veers to the right across the bottom part of the picture, & a neutral xi partic- le which leaves no track. Discovery of the omega in 1964 confirmed Gell-Mann & Ne'eman's classific- ation of subatomic particles, the Eightfold Way

© BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Ricoh Arena Stadium - Wasps Rugby Union Featured 1986 Print

Ricoh Arena Stadium - Wasps Rugby Union

The Ricoh Arena in Coventry, England, is a complex which includes a 32,609-seater stadium, used by Wasps rugby union club, a 6,000 square metres (65,000 sq ft) exhibition hall, a hotel and a casino. The site is also home to Arena Park Shopping Centre, containing one of UK's largest Tesco Extra hypermarkets. Built on the site of the Foleshill gasworks, it is named after its sponsor, Japanese company Ricoh, which paid £10 million for the naming rights over 10 years. For the 2012 Summer Olympics, where stadium naming sponsorship was forbidden, the stadium was known as the City of Coventry Stadium

© SPORTS STADIA ART

British Lions 7 The Rest 15 Featured 1986 Print

British Lions 7 The Rest 15

Rugby Union - 1985 / 1986 International Rugby Football Board (IRFB) Centenary - British Lions 7 Rest of the World XV 15
The British Lions team group before the game at Cardiff Arms Park on 16/04/1986.
Back (l-r): Clive Rowlands (manager), Clive Norling (tough-judge), replacement Michael Kiernan (Ireland), replacement Steve Brain (England), Des Fitzgerald (Ireland), Wade Dooley (England), Donal Lenihan (Ireland), John Beattie (Scotland), John Jeffrey (Scotland), Jeff Whitefoot (Wales), replacement Iain Milne (Scotland), coach Mick Doyle (Ireland), John Rutherford (Scotland), replacement Iain Paxton (Scotland)
Front: Replacement Richard Hill (England), Robert Jones (Wales), Gavin Hastings (Scotland), John Devereux (Wales), Rory Underwood (England), Colin Dean, (Scotland; captain), Trevor Ringland (Ireland), Brendan Mullin (Ireland), Nigel Carr (Ireland), replacement Malcolm Dacey (Wales)

© Colorsport