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'U' Radio Telescope In Venus Experiment

'U' Radio Telescope In Venus Experiment image
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12
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December
Year
1962
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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
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Ann Arbor News, December 8, 1959
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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.

Chipping Away At The Secrets OF Ice

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16
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July
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1987
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Saturn Rings Like Records, Says U-M Man

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11
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November
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1980
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Student Portraying Planet's Atmosphere

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17
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November
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1986
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A Fun Guy and His Fungi

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11
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February
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1993
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Spacemobile Lecture at St. Thomas, February 1963

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Ann Arbor News, February 5, 1963
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EXPLORING SPACE APPARATUS: Space science demonstrations captured the imagination of students at St. Thomas Catholic School yesterday. Lloyd George, space-mobile lecturer for the National Aeronautical and Space Administration, explains the intricate mechanisms of space equipments to interested eight-grade students (from left) Larry Burdick, Frances Harris, Margaret Kruse and Sharon Kraft. George's demonstrations here are part of a lecture itinerary that will take him all over the country.

Spacemobile Lecture at St. Thomas, February 1963

Spacemobile Lecture at St. Thomas, February 1963 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 5, 1963
Caption
EXPLORING SPACE APPARATUS: Space science demonstrations captured the imagination of students at St. Thomas Catholic School yesterday. Lloyd George, space-mobile lecturer for the National Aeronautical and Space Administration, explains the intricate mechanisms of space equipments to interested eight-grade students (from left) Larry Burdick, Frances Harris, Margaret Kruse and Sharon Kraft. George's demonstrations here are part of a lecture itinerary that will take him all over the country.

Exploring Space Apparatus

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Day
5
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February
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1963
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