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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THE IE1HBR1DGE HERALD Wcdnciday, Autju't 2, I U.S. lo cnlcr new cm of space vxplo ration moo n-landing program ends this year By I10WAHI) lirNKMKT CAI'K K N Y, Ha. (AIM Tlit1 highly successful Apollo moon-UimHuL; ends this year and Ihv United States will enter it new era of space exploration, turning at- tention hack to earth with m1- biting prnjci'ts _ divined lo open a of heiK'iiU to iimnkiml. Apollo 17 sets sail Dee. f> with a sol of now instruments ami a geolo- gist aboard ti> wrestle n fow more secrets from the moon, After that it may lie deciules before man again sels foot on the barren lunar surtacc. The emphasis, in both the U.S. and the Soviet Union, will be on making space for society on earth......concen- trating on b'jlltr communica- tions, education, weather pre- diction and control, navigation ami air traffic control, moni- toring earth's n.! sources and mc-ihcal and The shift might he termed, In astronaut parlance, a mid- course correction for space- ship earlk Witliin five months after the final A polio crew conies home, the L'nited Stales' lirst space station, Skybh, will ho lofted iii'.o orbit. Three differ- ent h r e e -in n n crows will spend a >'f five months aboard in preparing the way for large, permanent sta- tions of the ISEtus. In gestation is the space shuttle, a rocket plane that will operate like an airliner, making countless trips into orbit and opening (lie portals of space to men and women of many nations and walks of tourist fo scientist. CO-OPKKATION HKGI.NS Between fikylah and the shuttle there will be perhaps tho most significant flight of joint orbital mission in 1975 by American astronauts and Russian cosmonauts, Tho Impact of this symbolic meet- ing of Apollo and Soyuz crews can only be speculated on, but it could herald greater co-op- eration in many fields be- tween the two powers. Perhaps one uE Apollo's greatest contributions was the awareness it gave man oE the limitations of his own planet. To see earth as a complete and closed ecological system floating in the blackness of space an emotional .shock to many, They realized just how frag- ile earth is, protected from the scaring radiation of the sun only by a 400-miIe-tnick atmosphere. Tho picture of a marble-like earth relayed by Apollo 8 helped foster a .surge in popular interest for a cleaner environment, for bet- ter management of natural re- cources and (he preservation of the ecological balance. The question was raised: Shouldn't we take a substan- tial portion of the space dollar ajid devote it io earth-related problems such as pollution and providing for a growing population? After Apollo 17, Skylnb will begin pioneering in that direc- tion. Skylab Is a two-storey labo- ratory, with the volume of a medium-sire house, which is to be launcher! unmanned by I n Saturn V rocket next April i 30. The next clay, a three-man crew is to be in a j modifier! Apollo capsule by a smaller Saturn njcktl. The astronauts will dock j with the Skyiab 270 miles above the carlh nut! enter it I through an airlock. They ;irc to remain aboard '2'-', days. A rmntb after tiir.-y rr-turn to earth, a scrjoml t'nrt'j-rnan team up to the same laboratory, this time for i 56 days. After thc.-y romo j home, a third trev; wil! go up, i also for I The Skylab v.ill conduct more lhan rliffer- c-nt type .s cf aimed at tor.-h- nicjuas for surveying earth's resources from rjrjter- mining ;ibilily to live and in orbif. for pe- rjrxl.s, -olar CUT) with Thero a tor on iht fir.-.t ar.d tlm second and (birr! Croups rjich will have a .solar piiysirri-.i. to operate a The v.iJI several lo lo- cate, such rninf.-rjil and oil rJepiv-its, land, sources of arid pot- crops frfifl Fifturf: rni art-, ir.- tended to More global manafsenient system to meet a growing world ctenunul for resources. The Soviet Union reported cosmonauts conducted similar resources survey expcrimciits mi the Salyut space si Inn tost year and it ex- pec'ted to concentrate its manned space effort in eavlh orliit for the foreseeable lure, Tlic day wlicu lhe.se two space rivals join f (trees in ortjit to lielp .solve problems on earth may not he far In I'J75, spaceships of tlie two nations arc to link up high above the Agreement for that flight, ami several oilier co-operative space ventures, signed hy I'rosulcnt Nixon and Premier Alexei Kosygin (luring the Moscow summit meeting in May. A preliminary plan calls for two or three Americans to launched in a modified craft iido .1 170-m i I c -h i y h orbit. A day or two later, two cosmonauts will bo launched in a Soy .ship. After a tJay of rendezvous manoeuvres, the two vehicles would execute the historic hookup. l''or two days Ameri- cans and Russians will trans- fer between the two ships. They Ml conduct joint experi- ments, possibly in earth re- sources, The two ships will disen- KURQ and for several days conduct separate, perhaps co- ordinated, experiments. The major motivation for the flight is 4o test a common docking system being built for both vessels. If It works ns expected, all future Ameri- can- and Soviet-manned ships will have this system, ena- bling a craft from either coun- Iry to fly to the rescue of a space vehicle in case ot trou- ble. Officials of both nations see (he flight a means of im- proving the political climnle on earth as a symbolic awareness of problems on the planet Hint can perhaps lies I he solved by co-operation, eliminating costly duplication. H is hoped the mission will lend to an International space laboratory In which sev- eral nations would partici- pate. HAN HOOK SAUS1IUIIY, Thodcsla (AP) 11 h o d e s i a n censors havt banned the Carnal Knowl- edge by American writer-car- toonist Jules FeKtor. 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