July 24, 1972

Editorial

Some Hopeful Signs

Space Technology

Soyuz Orbit Now Set Before Apollo

Space Technology

Soyuz 11 Yields Star Spectrographs

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Editorial

Some Hopeful Signs

Although the spate of U. S. extortion sky-jackings continues, there are some hopeful signs that the airlines of the world are beginning to take the problem more seriously and are beginning to take some more effective action. We noted a few weeks ago (AW&ST July 3, p. 7), in commenting on the shameful performance of most U. S. airlines in getting legal injunctions to sabotage the international pilots’ oneday anti-hijacking demonstration, that this lesson would not be lost on the hijackers.

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Space Technology

Soyuz Orbit Now Set Before Apollo

Change in plan for joint U. S./USSR flight in July, 1975, came after Soviets committed two spacecraft, one to act as backup

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Space Technology

Soyuz 11 Yields Star Spectrographs

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Space Technology

U. S. Schedule Gives Europeans Until October on Post-Apollo Bid

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A Soyuz Built for 2

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Student Experiments

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Space Technology

Intercosmos 7 in Test Prior to Launch

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Management

Soviet Egyptian Withdrawal Impact Studied

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Management

B-1 Value Seen Enhanced by Arms Pacts

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Shemya Radar

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