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Artificial satellites, Astronautics, History

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SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN, Satellites and the Beginning of the Space Age
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History of artificial satellites
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The discussions of technology in the chapter come from a mixture of sources, including documents in the Hughes Aircraft Company's archives.

Helpful textbooks include:

Satellite Communication Systems Engineering, by Wilbur L. Pritchard, Henri G Suyerhood, and Robert A. Nelson (Prentice Hall, 1993).

The Communication Satellite, by Mark Williamson (Adam Hilger, 1990).


Chapter nineteen: The Whippersnapper

What Pat Hyland thought about Syncom's early development is found in an extensive video interview recorded on December 14, 1989 (page 199-201). Copy available from HAC.

HAC's early views on the commercial opportunities of space come from Bob Roney (page 201).

Frank Carver's request that Harold Rosen look for new business ventures (page 201) was remembered by Harold Rosen and Bob Roney in their interviews with me.

The account of Rosen's actions and discussion with Williams come from my interview with Rosen (page 202).

The account of Roney's recruitment of Williams comes from my interview with Roney (page 202).

The account of Rosen's efforts to tempt Williams back to Hughes comes from my interview with Rosen (page 202).

The technology in pages 203 and 204 is my distillation of the technical information in a number of memos, proposals, textbooks, and interviews.

Rosen s attraction to Southern Californian beach parties is his own recollection in an interview with me (page 204).


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