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The Soviets offered a sweeping response including a United Nations (UN) agency to launch spacecraft and supervise space; after much procedural maneuvering, on November 24, 1958, the UN Ad Hoc Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) was created. S. military space programs and set the international law context for the early space age. S. Policy on Outer Space,” on August 18, 1958. ’ ” It divided military space programs into three chronological periods: “Now Planned or in Immediate Prospect” containing military reconnaissance; “Feasible in the Near Fu- Sputnik Changes Everything, 1957–1963 17 ture” with weather, communications, navigation, and electronic counter-measures satellites; and “Future Possibilities” containing manned maintenance and resupply of space vehicles, manned defensive vehicles, bombardment satellites, and manned lunar stations.
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America’s Fighters of the 1980s: F-16 and F-18 (Warbirds Illustrated 17) by Robert C. Stern