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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta B THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Wrtnttdiy, October 31, 1973 million experiment Plan satellite navigation project OTTAWA (CP) As an in- creasing number of airliners use the relatively confining North Atlantic air corridors, thus increasing the possibilities of collision, Canada has set aside million for an international THE UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY ADVANCED FAMILY THERAPY CourM No. 481-73 Medicine Hat A seminar lor participants who have taken an Introductory Family Tlierapy course or seminar and who want to further improve their own personal techniques and skills in understanding and working with (arnily units. I nitructor: Joyce E. Irvine, R-8.W. Datet and Timer NovemtMr 14, 15 ind 16, 1973 to p.m., with OM evening (Mllon November 15, to p.m. Fee: S50.00 Please register belore November 2.1973. Sponsored by the School of Social Welfare and the Division of Continuing Education. The University of Calgary, in co-operation with the Medicine Hat Community College and the Mental Health Services, Medicine Hat. For further Information, contact Division ol Continuing Education The University of Cilgary Calgary. T2N 1N4 Phone 284-5431 or Mr. Ed Bennlng, Regional Director Mental Heilth Service! 1201-3rd Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-9281 LJZ Of f Al experiment in satellite navigation. The satellites, operating somewhat the way radar tracks aircraft over land, could pinpoint continuously the position of an aircraft over the North Atlantic. At present, an aircraft's position is reported periodically by on- board navigators. Airline pilots have com- plained tuat their pre- determined flight corridors over the North miles wide and feet too confining for present navigational methods if air volume increases as ex- pected. Gander, Nfld., handled 135 transatlantic flights last year, almost twice as many as 10 years ago. The satellite system also could provide quality two-way communications over the ocean. The high-frequency radio channels now used are operating at near capacity and often are garbled. Canada, the United States and 10 countries of the Euro- pean Space Research Organization have been negotiating the proposal for 2Vz years, Frank Bentley, acting director of the trans- port department's tele- communications branch, said Monday in an interview. Officials hope final approval for the million five-year test program is imminent, he said. Mr. Bentley said the system could not become operational before the late 1980s. The International Civil Aviation Organization likely would not have assessed the experiment before 1982 or 1983 and another four or five years would be required to build the system. For the experiment, two satellites would be launched into orbit about four years after the agreement was signed. 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