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The Copernicus satellite, originally called "Orbiting Astronomical Observatory 3", was launched into orbit.
Gavin was also in charge of development of Orbiting Astronomical Observatory at Grumman.
As the world's first orbiting astronomical observatory, Solrad 1 determined that radio fade-outs were caused by solar X-ray emissions.
One particular success was the second Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, which had a number of 20 cm UV telescopes on board.
In the first book, the former group's agents discover Earth, and kidnap/copy a group of humans sent to investigate strange goings-on at an orbiting astronomical observatory, Starlab.
She also oversaw the launches of other Orbiting Astronomical Observatories that used optical and ultraviolet measurements, working with Dixon Ashworth.
The Orbiting Astronomical Observatory 2 (OAO-2, nicknamed Stargazer) was a space observatory launched on December 7, 1968.
Beginning as a "rocket scientist" in the aerospace industry, Kaufman worked on the navigation and control systems for the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, the predecessor of the Hubble Space Telescope.
He similarly served as the catalyst and principal investigator of the Copernicus Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, an important ultraviolet precursor of Hubble that NASA launched in 1972.
When NASA was created in 1958 and took over space astronomy, one of the first programs incorporating the new technologies inspired by Dr. Spitzer was the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory.
NASA launched its first Orbiting Astronomical Observatory, OAO-1, with detection instruments that would measure stellar ultraviolet radiation without the interference that ground-based telescopes faced on Earth.
As Arthur C. Clarke remarked when NASA's $50-million orbiting astronomical observatory failed in orbit in the 1960's, "A man with a screwdriver could probably have fixed it in 10 minutes."
The precursor of the NSSC-I was the Advanced Onboard Processor (AOP) built by Grumman Corporation for the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO) mission.
The Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO) satellites were a series of four American space observatories launched by NASA between 1966 and 1972, which provided the first high-quality observations of many objects in ultraviolet light.
More triumphs lay ahead in the 1970's, as Grumman developed orbiting astronomical observatories and the F-14 Tomcat, the rakish, swept-back variable-wing fighter that later co-starred with Tom Cruise in the hit movie "Top Gun."
An orbiting solar telescope was launched in 1962 by the United Kingdom as part of the Ariel space program, and in 1966 NASA launched the first Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO) mission.
As Assistant Director of NACA, Abbott was decisive in keeping Ames Research Center focused on research instead of moving into operations during the development of the proposed Orbiting Astronomical Observatory in 1960.
Shortly after NASA was formed, the Orbiting Solar Observatory was launched, and was followed by the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO) that carried out ultraviolet observations of stars between 1968 and 1972.
During the early days of space flight (Minute Man, Polaris, Poseidon, Atlas Agenas, Thor Deltas, etc.) there were a number of destruct actions, including the Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAS) aboard an Atlas Agena.
Missions discussed were a flight to Jupiter with a stopover at one of its icy moons, the collection of soil samples from the polar region of the Moon, a study of Venus' atmosphere and a landing on that planet, missions to near-Earth asteroids, and the establishment of an orbiting astronomical observatory.