Hearings, Reports and Prints of the House Committee on Science and Astronautics
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971
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Page 148 - Because we have played and will continue to play a vital role in the development of...
Page 272 - ... means any transmission, emission or reception of signs, signals, writings, images, and sounds or intelligence of any nature by wire, radio, optical, or other electromagnetic systems; 7. the term "communications common carrier" has the same meaning as the term "common carrier...
Page 37 - Office of Advanced Research and Technology, and the Office of Space Science and Applications. This team will be supported by a scientific steering group composed of both academic and in-house NASA scientists.
Page 41 - OUR UNDERSTANDING OF: • THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM • THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE • DYNAMIC PROCESSES ON EARTH NASA SL74-3232 1-31-74 FIGURE 458 and (3) the dynamic processes that affect us on Earth (fig.
Page 2 - We must realize that space activities will be a part of our lives for the rest of time.
Page 105 - FAA and with ESRO, designs for satellite systems which could meet those needs. Several alternative satellite system concepts have evolved from this effort. Recognizing the need for a clear government policy and the primary responsibility of DoT in the establishment of pre-operational and operational systems to serve the airlines, the Office of Telecommunications Policy (OTP) on 7 January 1971 issued a Statement of Government Policy on Satellite Telecommunications for International Civil Aviation...
Page 20 - Without objection the entire statement will be included in the record, and you may proceed as you please, (The entire statement of Edgar M.
Page 183 - Apollo 7: Apollo 8: Apollo 9: Apollo 10: Apollo 11: Apollo 12: Apollo 13: Apollo 14: Apollo 15: Apollo 16: Apollo 17: Stafford, Evans, Pogue, Swigert, Young, Cernan.
Page 91 - ... needs of their respective States. Questions of general policy regarding the management of cooperative enterprises have been carefully considered by the stations during the past year, and considerable progress has been made in the adjustment of administrative difficulties. The close relations which the stations hold with farmers in their respective States, and their intimate acquaintance with the local needs and requirements of agriculture, make it very desirable that in all cooperative work the...
Page 42 - THE SOLAR SYSTEM By collecting further data on these neighboring planets we hope not only to improve our understanding of the origin and evolution of the solar system, but also to improve our ability to predict how Earth might react to changing conditions. For example, the further study of Mars and Venus should increase our understanding of whether a continued dumping of exhaust products and reduction of vegetation could eventually lead to a "runaway greenhouse" on Earth that could endanger all future...