William G Shepherd Bell for Klystrons + Microwave Triodes July 46 Alfred G Hill intro every word read D R Hamilton + 10 26 41 pg 2 T C Blegen + D C Balfour + H W Dodds + L P Eisenhart + Adm C W Nimitz + 11 2 41 pg 33 both Lincoln Star C C Camp Einstein no relativity + see 11 22 44 pg 8 AP C E Butterfield Ralph Bown Bell + 1 8 45 pg 5 both Shreveport Times AP H W Blakeslee foo fighter Bell F F Lucas v UAP CNN + U Minnesota now Eric Kaler + MIT L Rafael Reif + U of Arizona Robert C Robbins

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 - l'ep-ln is or Mapping and Study of Moon Helped...
l'ep-ln is or Mapping and Study of Moon Helped by Arizona's Crater Scientist Working to Get Accurate Idea of Conditions on Satellite Through Great Mt. Wilson Telescope and Photographs Accurately Made (Continued" From Page 1) Pease and Edison Pettit of Mt. Wilson Wilson Observatory, Drs. J. P. Buwal-da Buwal-da Buwal-da and Paul S. Epstein of California Institute of Technology, Dr. IT. N. Russell of Trinceton and Drs. A. L. Day and F. E. Wrieht of the geophysical geophysical laboratory of Washington. These resolutions were adopted at the recent state convention in Ts'o-gales. Ts'o-gales. Ts'o-gales. In addition to the 2" delegates the Arizona contingent will have it's own Drum and P.ttcle corps, the Ernest A. Love post champions. An intensive drive to raise funds to take the corps to Boston was conducted conducted throughout the state during during the la.t week under supervision supervision of James R. McFarland. manager, manager, and resulted In the raising of the necessary $6,000 to take 25 members of the corps to Boston. Circus Planned And that Isn't all. Arizona will include a circus In its repertoire. Hal Grimshaw, Phoenix legionnaire legionnaire gets a new idea each seventh year and this happened to be the seventh. So he suggested taking a miniature circus to Boston as a feature. feature. There will be 10 tiny circus wagons heading some 73.000 legion men and women through the streets of Boston as a result. The wagons will contain a lot of Arizona's wild life. Rattlesnakes, bull snakes, king snakes, chuck wallas, gila monsters, desert lizards, lizards, tarantulas, desert frogs, road runners and monkey faced owls will be among those present. And furnishing furnishing the motive power for the first wagon will be "Hiss Arizona," in the form of a five-month-old five-month-old five-month-old five-month-old five-month-old burro. Paris telephone users are in the future to be answered by an automatic automatic clock when they ring up to ask the time. Street Show Grounds Parking Space Dr. Wright Is chairman here In charge of the work. Artificial Moon A miniature "artificial" moon, a globe 15 inches In diameter, Is set up in a clearing In the pines on top of Mt. Wilson, alongside the great 100-Inch 100-Inch 100-Inch telescope. The clearing clearing resembles an open air theatre. At night moon photos are projected projected with a 1.000-candIe 1.000-candIe 1.000-candIe power beam upon the globe, which Is a curved instead of ordinary flat screen. The globe glows realistically realistically In the black shadows of the pines, but with a thousand times the detail seen by the eye looking at the real moon. The astronomers can step to one side and photograph this artificial moon uust as it it were the rea one, but it Isyno ordinary photography. photography. Much of the past year was spent perfecting the Instruments that Bhoot light beams four times across the clearing, a distance of 135 feet, which Is the "focal length" of the 100-inch 100-inch 100-inch telescope. Their accuracy appears from the fact that in the Carnegie Institution astrophysical laboratory In Pasadena where thev were developed ' the instruments could not be used because of traffic tremors in the ground. Distortion Corrected The pictures from the side straighten out the distortion photographs photographs of shapes of craters and peaks near the edge of the moon. This rectification is useful to geologists geologists In determining whether these topographical features were caused by volcanic action, meteors, or something else. The real moon continually nods, with a motion called libration. The consequence is that no two ordinary photos are likely to be exactly the same. But with the artificial moon the "libration" is controlled, so that photos of the real moon can be projected projected section by section In their proper positions on the artificial moon, and then re-photographed re-photographed re-photographed to build up a correct map. Old moon pictures also will be projected, showing the satelite as it appeared 50 and 75 years ago. Comparison of these and recent photos Is expected to settle the controversy controversy about the moon's face lifting. lifting. After being re-photographed re-photographed re-photographed from j the same angle, the old and new pictures will be compared by the I "blink" system which was used by ! the American army in the World j war to detect camouflage. The i "blink" will show any slight changes I which may have taken place on the ! moon's surface. The corrected map gives sclent-; sclent-; sclent-; tsts an accurate base for the studies ! they are making of the moon's sur face a square mile at a time. in undoubtedly I I

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  1. Arizona Daily Star,
  2. 30 Sep 1930, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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  • — William G Shepherd Bell for Klystrons + Microwave Triodes July 46 Alfred G Hill intro every word read D R Hamilton + 10 26 41 pg 2 T C Blegen + D C Balfour + H W Dodds + L P Eisenhart + Adm C W Nimitz + 11 2 41 pg 33 both Lincoln Star C C Camp Einstein no relativity + see 11 22 44 pg 8 AP C E Butterfield Ralph Bown Bell + 1 8 45 pg 5 both Shreveport Times AP H W Blakeslee foo fighter Bell F F Lucas v UAP CNN + U Minnesota now Eric Kaler + MIT L Rafael Reif + U of Arizona Robert C Robbins

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