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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THI HERALD lliuitdtiy, April 70, 1977 PEDALLING PREMIER Saskatchewan Premier Allan Blakcney n peer (Jay far bicycle riding at the k-gislctur-r? r Kecjino. He went for n brief ride as Iho sncw and Safety Wcc< fo officially open Bicycle kiiLjv.li'dtiL1 even of the atmos- phere .SLsrrnimtlinj; Itic earth. The- Cosmus program con- [iniu'il Ihe existence of radia- lion bells but the most unex- pected discovery wns "solar '.'.iii'I" (ir Ihe continuous etnis- slon of plasm n from the sun. It U.IN subsequently established thai the solnr is respon- sible lur frequent, changes in the outline- of the earth's man- In (.he grout Ii or dc- L'lTa'-iC: nf panicles in the radia- [ion arc! in the density of the upper almnspliL're. Acade- mician Veruov said tliat the hpiipfil.s nf the slurty of radia.- i tion bells by NIC Cosmos launch- of the theories and ideas now being applied to other of outer space. TJy MntAKKA London. Si'n MOSCOW I-. is V..TY 10 years since the i'.; L'nion put up the first nf its ciirlh satellite serU'.s. '.irrii :J2, Ihe -V orbit. Thouph HIP S-jik-- fallen in ro the moon and setback in it- thn steady pim-ro.- Jaunchinns does Ihe HusMiiris ;no i i-: far behind the auLotnnlic pmbe.s ;.i the moon ;ilso tesliiy iinprovumenls in lochni uhich space program Is still With Ihe ppecl'.culr.; tai space achievemciJa n; viet Union slill IP Aii-ithcr scientist. men tend to ovcrlonk -iie fact; A. M. Obukhov, said that that Ihc Cosmos ImmchiiMjs nre'tbc study of cloud and weal li- the linchpin of the whole So-1 ci1 systems bas considerably ad- viet space; nnd I'-r-i ul- because of the know- Umalc success in Rained from Cosmos tacular achievcm'-M.s titponds launchinfis. Among other things, on these launching. The Cos- mentioned that a map of (he space vehicles provide tlic Antarctic ice has been made ha.sic flala aliruii rnndii.inn-i in find ]l is possible now to map outer space which enable the' Lde Antarctic irrespective of] Soviet scienli.'-fs tn conjUrucl. cloud fortnalions ttie rc- suitablo vehicles and other lech- pion. It is also possible now lo to KD (u olhei11 an temperatures, of Hie oceans over the entire "lobe. This lias enormously im- rtr-im purpose of Ihc Uismos proqram was lo explore tho upper ol phcrc and I he pi o gram also inrlurlcr tlln .Imly js cloud svsloms in the earth s rJ- mosphcrc, Ihc 0[ cosmic a tem, study cles in Ihc ioii'H'iv measurement of cosiuic' UK: crir nctic field find shn; t sions from '.utci' The hcriis eluded c-otiimunif n At was UM'fl In 'Aby povc-ry of an area cnncentration of emissions is of vilal importance t'i .sjint.'L1 flifht.s, other b i A spa ct VL-II ic I c: fly i n y tn oliic-i' Iiiis In cross this ajm and iL mu.it therefore Lc in sur-h