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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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"Benefits in Space for Developing Countries," by Theo Pirard, Aerospace International May/June 1980.

"Satellite links get down to business," High Technology Magazine, June 1980.

"Rocky Road to Communication Satellites," draft of material prepared by Barry Miller for a lecture in the early 1980s (HAC archives).

"The History and Future of Commercial Satellite Communication," by Wilbur L. Pritchard, IEEE Communications Magazine 22 (5), May 1984.

"The Bell System," Encyclopedia of Telecommunications (Marcel Dekker, 1991).

"The American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T)," Encyclopaedia of Telecommunications (Marcel Dekker, 1991).

"History of Engineering and Science in the Bell System," in "Transmission Technology", edited by E. F. O'Neill (AT&T archives 85-70382)."The Development and Commercialization of Communication Satellite Technology by the United States," by George Hazelrigg Jr. Draft in the NASA History Office.

"How the World was One," by Arthur C. Clarke (Bantam Books, 1992).


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