December 18, 1972

Space Technology

Rocks, Soil Add Clues and Puzzles to Lunar Geology

Space Technology

Future Moon Probes Outlined

Space Technology

Apollo Crew Reports on Earth's Weather

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Space Technology

Rocks, Soil Add Clues and Puzzles to Lunar Geology

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Space Technology

Future Moon Probes Outlined

Lunar Science Institute report also stresses need for continued monitoring of Apollo experiments, careful preservation of rocks

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Space Technology

Apollo Crew Reports on Earth's Weather

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Marketing Policy Control Shifts

Discount Fare Policy Sparks New Case

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Space Technology

Equipment Performance Nearly Perfect

Houston—Equipment performance during the stay of Apollo 17 on the surface of the moon was almost flawless, allowing astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison H. (Jack) Schmitt to concentrate largely on their scientific tasks. Earlier Apollo missions involved either flight tests of new hardware and procedures or equipment problems that caused concern and altered flight plans.

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Marketing Policy Control Shifts

Swissair Puts Its Dc-10-30 in Service

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Space Technology

Cernan, Schmitt Report on Finding Orange Soil

Houston—One of the potentially most significant discoveries so far in lunar exploration was the finding of orange and red soil around an unusual looking crater west of the landing site of Apollo 17. Here are excerpts from the conversation of astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison H. Schmitt as they made the discovery of what may be a young volcanic vent, or fumarole, where gases or water have chemically altered the lunar soil.
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Avionics

Atc Plan to Spur Major Retrofit

Task force proposal for R-Nav-based system by 1982 will force re-equipment of virtually all turbine and many piston aircraft

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Space Technology

Last Apollo Reaps Rich Scientific Harvest

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Avionics

United to Test R-nav for Cost, Interface Data

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