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March 14, 1977

Editorial

New York's Concorde Stall

Space Technology

Seasat User Program Organized

Space Technology

Carter Endorses Space Shuttle Program

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Editorial

New York's Concorde Stall

The political authorities of New York have no valid reason for banning Concorde operations from John F. Kennedy International Airport, so they are conducting an obfuscating bureaucratic delaying action that is typical of that bankrupt municipality.

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Space Technology

Seasat User Program Organized

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Space Technology

Carter Endorses Space Shuttle Program

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Space Technology

One Scanner Band Fails on Landsat 1

Washington—Goddard Space Flight Center and Hughes Aircraft Co. engineers are assessing the malfunction of the multispectral scanner on Landsat 1. The Hughes instrument experienced a problem for the first time Mar. 3 after continuous use in space for more than four years.
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Space Technology

House Unit Boosts Space Authorization

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Space Technology

Shuttle Fund Addition Approved in Committees

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Missile Engineering

Soviet Submarine, U. S. Frigate Collide

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Management

Stronger Renegotiation Board Backed

Washington—Aerospace industry is confronted with formidable congressional support for legislation arming the renegotiation board with new directives and powers for the annual recapture of excessive profits government business. The measure, sponsored by Rep. Joseph G. Minish (D.-N. J.), chairman of the Banking Committee’s subcommittee on renegotiation, cleared the House last year on a 251 to 129 vote, over the strenuous opposition of the Aerospace Industries Assn, and Electronic Industries Assn, (AW&ST Feb. 16, 1976, p. 43).

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Aeronautical Engineering

YC-15 Flies With Advanced Turbofan

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Management

Senate Concurrence Seen on Carrier Cut

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