The Early Years: Goddard Space Flight Center ; Historical Origins and Activities Through December 1962

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1964 - 273 lappuses
 

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137. lappuse - Specifically, I now invite all nations— including the Soviet Union —to join with us in developing a weather prediction program, in a new communications satellite program, and in preparation for probing the distant planets of Mars and Venus, probes which may someday unlock the deepest secrets of the universe.
193. lappuse - ... shall be the responsibility of and shall be directed by a civilian agency exercising control over aeronautical and space activities sponsored by the United States, except that activities peculiar to or primarily associated with the development of weapons systems, military operations or the defense of the United States...
233. lappuse - ... facilities, equipment and devices necessary to its operations, including communications satellites and associated equipment and facilities, whether by construction, purchase, or gift; (3...
227. lappuse - Federal antitrust laws. (d) It is not the intent of Congress by this Act to preclude the use of the communications satellite system for domestic communication services where consistent with the provisions of this Act nor to preclude the creation of additional communications satellite systems, if required to meet unique governmental needs or if otherwise required in the national interest. DEFINITIONS SEC. 103. As used in this Act, and unless the context otherwise requires— (1) the term "communications...
225. lappuse - Private ownership and operation of the US portion of the system is favored, provided that such ownership and operation meet the following policy requirements : 1. New and expanded international communications services be made available at the earliest practicable date ; 2. Make the system global in coverage so as to provide efficient communication service throughout the whole world as soon...
227. lappuse - It is the intent of Congress that all authorized users shall have nondiscriminatory access to the system; that maximum competition be maintained in the provision of equipment and services utilized by the system; that the corporation created under this Act be so organized and operated as to maintain and strengthen competition in the provision of communications services to the public...
228. lappuse - ... corporation, or other entity which owns or controls, directly or indirectly, or is under direct or indirect common control with, any such carrier. (b) Authorized carrier. (1) Except as provided in subparagraph (2) of this paragraph, the term "authorized carrier...
234. lappuse - ... together with an evaluation of such activities and accomplishments in terms of the attainment of the objectives of this Act and any recommendations for additional legislative or other action which the President may consider necessary or desirable for the attainment of such objectives.

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