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U-M Astronomy Department professors Leo Goldberg, William Liller, and Fred T. Haddock inspect a vacuum tank for a satellite observatory, December 1959

U-M Astronomy Department professors Leo Goldberg, William Liller, and Fred T. Haddock inspect a vacuum tank for a satellite observatory, December 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 8, 1959
Caption
WORK ON SATELLITE: Professors in the University's astronomy department inspect a vacuum tank they are building to aid in the design of instruments for a satellite observatory that will circle the earth 300 to 400 miles out in space. The professors are (left), Prof. Leo Goldberg, department chairman, standing; and Prof. William Liller; and (right) Prof. Fred T. Haddock. The project is being financed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Jim Richards holds his homemade satellite, October 1958

Jim Richards holds his homemade satellite, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1958
Caption
BUILDS SATELLITE: Jim Richards, 18, of 2482 Carpenter Rd., a senior at Ann Arbor High School, holds a 48-inch, 4-pound satellite he built in his home workshop. In his left hand are two experimental nose cones and a rocket fuel cylinder to project the satellite from the main rocket body. The instrument is equipped to send temperature data from the upper atmosphere back to earth.

Satellite To Include 'U' Devices

Satellite To Include 'U' Devices image
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6
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October
Year
1962
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Space Vehicle To Come Here

Space Vehicle To Come Here image
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18
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August
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1962
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U.S.-Made Satellite Data Bared Here

U.S.-Made Satellite Data Bared Here image
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27
Month
January
Year
1956
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