May 26, 1969

Avionics

Soviets Push Microcircuit Sales

Avionics

American Amasses Stol Navaid Data

Space Technology

Apollo Tests Four-camera Terrain Study

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Avionics

Soviets Push Microcircuit Sales

More than 200 devices offered for export to Western countries; few seen displaying late-vintage technology by U.S. standards

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Avionics

American Amasses Stol Navaid Data

Three systems studied on McDonnell Douglas/Breguet aircraft; qualitative real-time information keyed for computer analysis

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Space Technology

Apollo Tests Four-camera Terrain Study

Houston-Four-camera multispectral terrain photography experiment flown on the Apollo 9 mission is intended to determine whether the information quality of color film, which must be recovered from orbit, can be obtained from a cluster of black-and-white television cameras with appropriate filters operating in an unmanned earth resources satellite.

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Space Technology

Expanded Role in Space Sought for U.n.

Indian proposal for increase in space applications activities wins subcommittee recommendation; was backed by smaller powers

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Aeronautical Engineering

Army Cancels Ah-56 Production Phase

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Apollo 10 Special Report

Lunar Module Passes Moon Test

Critical maneuvers in descent, ascent and rendezvous performed by Apollo 10 crew closely followed Apollo 11 landing profile

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Apollo 10 Special Report

Docking Transmitted Live in First Color TV From Space

Houston-Extensive use of the onboard Westinghouse Electric Corp. television camera by the Apollo 10 crewmen last week gave viewers on earth the first color TV images from space. These images included the first space maneuver seen as it happened—the docking of the command module with the lunar module after translunar injection.

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Aeronautical Engineering

Overruns on C-5a Costs Face Intensified Scrutiny

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Air Transport

Nixon Policy on a Viation Emerges

Chief White House guidelines appear to be greater flexibility of competition combined with tighter route allocation control

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Editorial

Operation Candor Needed

During the second administration of the late President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the intelligence network of this country—aided particularly by the special long range radars in Turkey and the Aleutians—recorded an onrushing wave of Soviet technical development in ballistic missiles that included an ICBM.

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