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KENNEDY ANTENNAS... Probe the secrets of inter-stellar space
Somewhere in the nearly empty reaches of outer space, two hydrogen atoms collide. After a 100-million year journey at the speed of light, the signal generated by that accidental collision reaches a super-sensitive radio telescope antenna in Massachusetts and is recorded — and so one grain more is added to man's knowledge of the universe.
Future Freighter 1968
DEPARTURES OF TOMORROW This "Cargo Catamaran'* discharges loaded barges, plucks newly loaded ones from dockside... nests them high and weathertight to its central hull. Cargo and barges are rushed intact to destination, where unloading and reloading occur with minimum port time.