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Page 10-Tuesday, November 13, 1979-The Michigan Daily
INTERNATIONALLY SPONSORED SPACECRAFT TO FL Y B Y HALLEY'S COMET
NASA proposes space mission

WASHINGTON (AP) - The United
States is proposing an international
space mission that would send a
spacecraft to Halley's Comet and then
chase another one across the sky.
The National Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) said yesterday
the four-year mission to the comets
Halley and Tempel 2 would return the
first close-up pictures of those dazzling
bodies and significantly increase man's
knowledge of comets.
ALTHOUGH the project has not yet
been approved by Congress, the space
agency asked scientists to propose ex-
periments so that more detailed plan-
ning could begin.
The spacecraft would be launched by
the space shuttle in July 1985, to coin-
cide with the long-anticipated return of
Halley's Comet, last seen by observers
on Earth in 1910.
Halley's is the most famous comet, a
cold collection of ice, gases and dust
which goes around the sun about once
every 75 years. As it approaches the
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sun, it heats up and trails a tail of dust
and gas millions of miles long.
THE IVSSION calls for the craft to
fly by Halley in November, 1985, and'
launch an instrument-carrying probe to
the head of the comet. This vehicle
would sample comet material and
make closeup pictures as it passed
within 930 miles of the dense nucleus-in
the head.
After passing within 81,000 miles of
Halley, the main craft would swing off
to rendezvous with Tempel 2, a smaller

comet that orbits the sun every 5.2
years.
The spacecraft would close in on
Tempel 2 a couple of years later and
could be brought to within 30 miles of its.
nucleus. If all goes well, the probe
would stay with the comet for a year or
more, obtaining detailed pictures and
measurements on a journey around the
sun.
NASA has asked the European Space
Agency, a consortium of 11 nations, to
build the small probe that would spin

off to Halley's Comet.
Daniel Herman, manager of NASA's
planetary programs office, said in an
interview that the Europeans are very
interested in being part of the project,
but won't decide on the proposal 'until
January.
NASA estimated the cost of the
mission at $350 million to $450 million,
depending on the experiments chosen.
If ESA decides to join the project, it
would pay about 20 per cent of the
mission cost in building the Halley
probe, Herman said.

East Quaddies vie for LSA-SG

(Continued from Page 1)
said students should have input in the
determination of faculty tenure
decisions, though he stopped short of
calling for voting student members of
committees making final tenure
decisions.
"If the faculty were willing (to have
students on such committees, that
would be one thing. But under the
present circumstances, that would
really be asking a lot .., to ask for
student voting in .a faculty body is
really asking a lot," he said.
"If the faculty," he continued, "is not
in favor of that, I really don't think it's
wise to press the issue."
POTERACK emphasized the party's
commitment to the maintenance of
academic standards. The role of
LSA-SG is to try "to come to the aid of
students," he said.
"Eventually, that will have to include
maintaining of the academic standards
of the College of Literature, Science,
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and the Arts and of the University as a
whole."
Poterack said LSA-SG's role should
be altered from the one it presently
plays in order to accomplish the goal of
coming to the aid of students.
"LSA-SG should become a more ac-
tive lobbying force for students. It
should be more active in looking after

the needs of students."
Stoss indicated that some issues on
campus, such as divestment from com-
panies with holdings in South Africa,
should be viewed in terms of their effec-
ts on students.
"We (ABE) favor divestment as long
as it has no adverse effects on students
such as raising tuition significantly,"
he said.

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munications Coordinator of CP&P said
that when coming for an interview, a
student should bring along a copy of his
or her resume and dress with a
professional appearance.
BEFORE AN interview, Stegath said
it is most helpful if an interviewee does
research on the company so as to know
what the offerings are. "The more you
know about a company, the more
profitable interview you'll have," she
said.
Having a career objective is impor-
tant, said Hendrix. Resumes should be

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geared toward, that objective and be
specific. They can stress experience in
the field, past job experiences or skills
learned. "The resume is the key to the
door," she said.
In order for a student to find out if he
or she would be interested in having a
certain job, May stressed the impor-
tance of talking to others already in the
field or taking on an internship. These
can also be valuable leads on jobs, as
can the yellow pages of a phone book in
the area of the country where one is in-
terested in working.
CP&P sponsors two . internship
programs, the Public Service program
that places students primarily in
Washington, and also business inter-
nships in Detroit, Chicago, and New
York.
Students should keep alternate
career interests in mind, according to
Hendrix. "There's not just one career
that's right for (an individual), she
said. "Also, the jobs that are commonly
advertised are not always the only op-
tions available. May said that only
about 20 per cent of all job openings are
ever openly publicized.
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My roommate just made plans to go home with
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Greyhound even makes it possible for someone
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