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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, December 4, 1973

Page en T E MIC IGAN DAL

Spacecraft
wanders the
Milky Way
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (P)-
Pioneer 10, America's tiny space
ship initiating exploration of the
outer solar system, sped past Jupi-
ter yesterday. Then it was hurled
onward by the mighty Jovian grav-
ity, assigned to wander ever after
in the Milky Way.
The unmanned, 570-pound space-
craft plunged through fierce storms
of radiation that threatened to in-
terfere with its systems or even
silence them in the final hours be-
fore mankind's first closeup inspec-
tion of the planet.
PIONEER PASSED within 81-000
miles of Jupiter's concentric bands
of colored clouds at 9:25 p.m. yes-
terday, sweeping on at 82,000 miles
per hour, the fastest a manmade
object ever has flown.
But Jupiter was 513 million miles
from earth, so radio data traveling
at 186,000 miles per second from the
space probe took 46 minutes to
reach Ames Research Center here.
Thus, at the moment of closest
approach when radiation was ex-
pected to reach its peak,controllers
were receiving data transmitted
while Pioneer still was 120,000,
miles from Jupiter.

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"THERE IS no schedule in the
contract," Jones says, "so Tribal
Funding still has time to meets its
obligation."
Mayor Pro-tem William Colburn
(R-Third Ward) presided over the
meeting in the wake of Stephen-
son's absence, and came to the
Republicans' defense.
"If we were acting only out of
political motivations," Colburn
said, "why didn't we go after all
the social services contracts, and
not just Tribal Funding's?" he said.
"This is not a matter of a political
witch-hunt."
He concluded by saying, "Tribal
Funding didn't hold one of the
twenty-four concerts in seven
months. There is no inherent rea-
son why they couldn't hold the con-
certs, even if they didn't have a
ballroom.",
HE SUGGESTED that the or-
ganization could have rented
spaces from the University.
At that point, however, Jones in-
terrupted saying, "you told me

yourself that you knew the Univer-
sity wouldn't let Tribal Funding use
its residence halls for their con-'
certs.
Norris Thomas (D-Second Ward)
upon pressing the city attorney for
his legal opinion on the matter,
brought to light some startling
news. The attorney's office had no
opinion.
"WE HAVEN'T personally inves-
tigated this whole question (of
renting the office space)," said as-
sistant city attorney Bruce Laid-
law.

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Fourteen minutes after closest
approach, Pioneer passed behind
10, a Jovian moon 2,600 miles in
diameter. Communications were
interrupted for 91 seconds.
After rounding Jupiter, Pioneer"
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