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SCIENCE SERVICE BOOKLETS : SATELLITES (1960)

SCIENCE SERVICE COVER SATELLITES

Copyright, 1960, by Nelson Doubleday, Inc.


DISCUSSION

SATELLITES by Michael Blow published by Nelson Doubleday, Inc. in 1960 dealt with the science and nature of man-made satellites. Included was information on how to view a satellite. NASA defined "satellite" as: 1. An attendant body that revolves about another body, the primary ; especially in the solar system a secondary body, or moon, that revolves about a planet. 2. A manmade object that revolves about a spatial body, such as Explorer I orbiting about the earth. (GLOSSARY OF FREQUENTLY USED SPACE TERMS - NASA publication SP-1)


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