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Astronautics in 1978
Astronautics in 1978
The Soviet Union led the way in manned space flights in 1978, setting new records for human endurance in space, while the United States's manned program remained grounded during the year. The Soviet Union also had a total of 88 unmanned launchings during the year, compared to 32 by the United States.
Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus)
The Northern Flicker (Colaptes auratus)
is the only woodpecker to have a gray-brown barred back and white rump. It flashes bright colors under its wings and tail when it flies, yellow in the eastern form, red in the western form.
Mobile, Alabama
Mobile
is the third most populous city in Alababa (~195,000). Located on the Mobile River, where it meets Mobile Bay, it is Alabama's only seaport. The city was founded as a French trading post and military outpost in 1702.
Duoscopic
Duoscopic
Demonstrated by Du Mont Laboratories, Inc., in 1958, this television set permitted persons to watch either of two programs tuned in simultaneously.
Dracone
The Dracone
was an experimental oil barge consisting of a flexible tube 100 feet long and 5 feet in diameter made of woven nylon coated with synthetic rubber.
Walkie Cookie
"Walkie Cookie"
The control unit for this cooker is portable, permitting the user to regulate the oven even while away from the house, up to 25 miles away.

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