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Page 965 - I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth.
Page 2 - To see the earth as it truly is, small and blue and beautiful in that eternal silence where it floats, is to see ourselves as riders on the earth together, brothers on that bright loveliness in the eternal cold— brothers who know now they are truly brothers.
Page 896 - British aircraft industry into spacecraft engineering, the formal establishment of the European Space Research Organization (ESRO) and the European Launcher Development Organization (ELDO) and finally of the successful first test flight of a large new booster by ELDO.
Page 892 - The cooperation by the United States with other nations and groups of nations and international organizations in marine science activities when such cooperation is in the national interest.
Page 981 - The design and testing by computational methods of a series of theoretical models of relevant aspects of the atmosphere's behaviour to permit an increasingly precise description of the significant physical processes and their interactions. b) Observational and experimental studies of the atmosphere to provide the data required for the design of such theoretical models and the testing of their validity.
Page 13 - Apollo's designers deliberately hewed to techniques that did not reach far beyond the state of the art in the early Sixties. The really significant fallout from the strains, traumas, and endless experimentation of Project Apollo has been of a sociological rather than a technological nature: techniques for directing the massed endeavors of scores of thousands of minds in a close-knit, mutually enhancive combination of government, university, and private industry.
Page 103 - The objectives of this program are to further the interests of United States industry in foreign commerce, to enhance the economic interests of the United States and to advance the international relationships of the United States.
Page 883 - We must also realize that space expenditures must take their proper place within a rigorous system of national priorities. What we do in space from here on in must become a normal and regular part of our national life and must therefore be planned in conjunction with all of the other undertakings which are also important to us. The space budget which I have sent to Congress for Fiscal Year 1971 is lower than the budget for Fiscal Year 1970, a condition which reflects the fiscal constraints under...
Page 46 - Washington-Moscow channel, and for the exchange of conventional meteorological data prior to, and on a secondary basis during, the exchange of satellite data. The second part provided for the launching by each country of an Earth satellite equipped with absolute magnetometers and the subsequent exchange of data in order to arrive at a map of the Earth's magnetic field.