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December 8, 1969

Management

Apollo Cuts Trigger Slump at Cape

Avionics

‘super Beacon’concepts Emerging

Air Transport

Germans Emphasize V/stol Transports

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Management

Apollo Cuts Trigger Slump at Cape

Ebbing business tide leaves vacant housing, empty offices in towns around space center as contractors reduce work force

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Avionics

‘super Beacon’concepts Emerging

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Air Transport

Germans Emphasize V/stol Transports

Four major airframe companies develop concepts for joint requirement of Lufthansa and Luftwaffe for the late 1970s

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Aeronautical Engineering

Blended Wing-body Tested for F-15

Concept used by North American Rockwell in its fighter design proposal to provide transonic speed regime maneuverability

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Management

Dod Attacks Causes of Weapon Overruns

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Air Transport

Cab, Trunks Facing Fare Clash

Board adamant that continuation of latest fare hike remains conditional on resolution of domestic joint tariff problems

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Space Technology

Alsep Returns Baseline Seismic Data

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Air Transport

Faa to Act on 747 Noise Requirements

Decision due on Boeing proposal that U.S. accept results of company tests pending four-month flight program next spring

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Editorial

Apollo 12—new Era for Science

Apollo 11 ended man’s long-cherished dream to plant his feet on the moon. Apollo 12 opened a new era of scientific exploration that promises to finally yield many of the secrets of the solar system and the universe beyond. Apollo 12 was an extremely fruitful mission in many ways.

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Space Technology

Surveying Key to Apollo Missions

Gordon, in command module, photographed future landing sites; conducted navigation, tracking exercises

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