Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · 6
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r - "" ' ? V i . -V".- ; t V t i 1-J , , , ( T . ...-. . - - - . . , . " I I. ' i'AKT 1 PAGE r CHICAGO DAILY TKIBUKE: TTIUttSDAY, JUNE 23. 11)60 FIRE POLARIS, ATLAS; BOTH SUCCESSFUL U. S. Missile Program Stepped Up Continued from first page curacy in all weather and without surfacing. The 42 pound radiation satellite, an aluminum sphere 20 inches across, rode clamped to the 232 pound navigation vehicle, a sphere 36 inches in diameter. They separated automatically wen they went into orbit,-the smaller one traveling ahead. "Very gradually, the gap between them widened and the radiation satellite moved into a slightly larger path. Second in Orbit After precise calculations, officials said the orbit ranges from an outermost limit of 563 miles to within 460 miles of earth. They figured each swing around the earth takes 101V2 minutes. The course was slightly off advance planning but officials dismissed this variation as unimportant. The navigation satellite named Transit II-A is the second such research vehicle to go up. It is an advanced model of the Transit I-B which was placed in orbit last April 13. The navy said experiments with the first Transit satellite show that navigators taking bearings by radio could calculate their positions within a quarter of a mile. The aim is to shave the ac- Status of Satellites iffiM 0 111! Washington, June 22 (ITD-Status of United States and Russian satellites: 1 - DESIG. NATION Sputnik I . . .Russia Sputnik II ..Russia Explorer I ....U. S. Vanguard I...US. Explorer III . .U. S. Sputnik HI . .Russia Explorer IV . .U. S. Atlas U. S. Lunik I , Russia Vanguard II ..U. S. Discoverer I . .U. S. Pioneer IV U.S. Discoverer II .U. S. Explorer VI ..U. S. Discoverer V .U. S. Discoverer VI .U. S. Lunik II Russia Vanguard III ..U. S. Lunik lU Russia Explorer VII ..U. S. Discoverer Vn U. S. Discoverer VIII U. S. Pioneer V .. . .U. S. Tiros I ...... tU. Si Transit I-B U. Si Discoverer XI .U. S. Sputnik IV . .Russia Midas II U. S. Transit II-A ..U. S. LAUNCHED Oct. 4, 1957 Nov. 3, 1957 Jan.' 31, 1958 March 17, 1958 March 26, 1958 May 15, 1958 July 26, 1958 Dec. 18, 1958 Jai.2, 1959 Feb. 17, 1959 Feb. 23, 1959 March 3, 1959 April 13, 1959 Aug. 7, 1959 Aug. 13, 1959 Aug. 19, 1959 Sept. 12, 1959 Sept. 18, 1959 Oct. 4, 1959 Oct 13, 1959 Nov. 7, 1959 Nov. 20, 1959 March 11, 19B0 April 1, 1960 April 13, 1960 April 15, 1960 May 15, 1960 May 24, 1960 June 22, 1960 STATUS Down in Jan., 1958 Down April 14, 1958 In orbit In orbit' Down June 28, 1958 Down April 6, 1960 Down Oct 3, 1959 Down Jan. 21, 1959 In solar orbit In orbit Down in March, '59 In solar orbit Down April 26, '59 In orbit' In orbit Down Oct. 20, 1959 Hit Moon In orbit Down in April, 1960 In orbit Down Nov. 26, 1959 Down in March, '60 In solar orbit In orbit In orbit Down April 26, "60 In orbit In orbit In orbit curacy to within one-tenth of a mile. Under the present star sighting method of navigating, it is possible to fix a craft's position within a half mile to a mile. Dr. Richard B. Kershner, director of the Transit program, said success with Transit II-A would assure meeting the schedule for an operating (system of four navigation satellites in orbit in 1962. Altho the navigation satellites will be of help to surface craft and airplanes, defense officials are particularly anxious to get them operating to increase the effectiveness of Polaris missile submarines, now entering the combat fleet. Such submarines could stay submerged where they would be safer from attack and still sight on the nearest navigation satellite by pushing a radio antenna above surface. Test Rocket Explodes Washington, June 22 Uf) An experimental firing of a Nike-Zeus anti-missile rocket from an underground launching site at White Sands, N. M., failed Wednesday when the missile blew up in its hole. 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