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April 6, 2008

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What’s so special about this article?

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Also, identify the blocked out parts.

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Answer:

Artificial Satellite, Arthur C Clarke, British Interplanetary Society.


26 Responses to “Stay put.”

  1. Rahul
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    Arthur C Clarke proposing the Geostationary satellite in his article ‘Peacetime Uses for V2’ published in the 1945 February issue of Wireless World
    The blanked words are:
    “Articial Satellite”
    and
    Arthur C Clarke
    British Interplanetary Society


  2. Ajay Parasuram
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    2

    The concept of satellite communications began as a result of this article by Arthur C.Clarke.The blank being-“artificial satellite”


  3. yaksha
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    3

    Peacetime Uses for V2,
    V2 for Ionosphere Research.
    blocked things-an artificial satellite
    ARTHUR C CLARKE,


  4. udupendra
    4
    4
    7

    Artificial Satellite, Arthur C Clarke, British Interplanetary Society.


  5. Arun Warrier

    arthur c clarke talking about geostationary orbits in wireless world which he called by some other name ..some extra terrestrial relay or something?


  6. duriel
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    1
    2

    http://lakdiva.org/clarke/1945.....b_058.html

    In a 1945 (before sputnik) Wireless World article Arthur C. Clarke described use of satellites for mass communication. Specifically, it was about “Peacetime uses for the V2 rockets”

    Blocked out:

    1.
    “artificial satellite”

    2.
    ARTHUR C.. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society.


  7. pratap

    Arthur C Clarke’s prediction about geostationary satellites;
    An ‘artificial satellite’ at the correct distance…


  8. madhur
    1

    Blocked out parts:
    artificial satellite… and

    ARTHUR C. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society

    In 1945, Arthur C. Clarke sent a letter to the editor titled Peacetime Uses for V2 which was published in the 1945 February issue of the Wireless World magazine suggesting the use of Geostationary Satellites for the instant global communications. And today, after 63 years, the Geostationary orbit also called as Clarke Orbit has over 330 satellites. The idea of geostationary satellites was first popularized by Arthur C. Clarke.


  9. This letter to Wireless World magazine predicted the network of geosynchronous communications satellites we rely on today. The blocked out parts are:

    artificial satellite

    Arthur C. Clarke
    British Interplanetary Society


  10. Dibyo
    11
    14
    10

    Arthur C Clarke’s prediction/proposal for geostationary satellites in a 1945 article.

    Blocked out parts are “artificial satellite” and “Arthur.C.Clarke, British Interplanetary Society”


  11. svgreatest

    First blank is artificial satellite and the second blank is Arthur Clarke. Clarke is talking about the concept of geosynchronous satellites.


  12. Chipping in with the answer after a long time!
    Artificial Satellite
    Arthur C Clarke!:)


  13. teju
    1

    “Artificial Satellite”

    “ARTHUR C.. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society”

    Sir Arthur C. Clarke’s 90th Birthday Message.

    Arthur C. Clarke sent a letter to the editor titled Peacetime Uses for V2 which was published in the 1945 February issue of the Wireless World magazine suggesting the use of Geostationary Satellites for the instant global communications.


  14. shyam

    artificial satellite…Arthur C Clarke!!


  15. Arthur C. Clarke of the British Interplanetary Society sent a letter to the editor titled Peacetime Uses for V2 which was published in the 1945 February issue of the Wireless World magazine suggesting the use of Geostationary Satellites for the instant global communications.
    the blanked out parts are “artificial satellite” and of course
    ARTHUR C.. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society.


  16. akhi
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    1

    “artificial satellite”

    “ARTHUR C.CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society. ”

    He suggested the use of geostationary satellites for communication for the first time ,in a letter named “peacetime uses for V2” ??


  17. psrinivas

    Proposal by Arthur C. Clarke for Geostationary Satellite.

    artificial satelite

    ARTHUR C.. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society.


  18. Prasad

    The blocked parts are “artificial satellite” and “Arthur C. Clarke, British Interplanetary Society”.
    This article appeared in Wireless World in Letters to the Editor, sent in by Arthur C Clarke in 1945. This is the 1st time a geo synchronous orbit communication satellite was proposed.


  19. varuns88
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    2

    Arthur C. Clarke’s letter titled Peacetime uses of V2,suggesting the concept of Geostationary satellites..

    The blocked out parts are;
    “artificial satellite”

    ARTHUR C.. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society.


  20. gammafunction
    1

    Arthur C Clarke predicting the invention of ‘artificial satellites’.blocked out parts-
    1.artificial satellites
    2.Arthur C Clarke-British interplanetary society

    Happy Ugadi everyone!


  21. RajT

    This one didnt even need google!

    Arthur Clarke predicting Clarke orbits..

    blocked out parts are artificial satellite and Arthur Clarke


  22. Rohan
    1

    the most googleable question ever…
    artificial satellite,
    Arthur C Clarke, british interplanetary society

    peacetime uses of V2 rockets for ionosphere research.. think he\’s talking about some geostationary satellite


  23. Article by arthur clarke, of the british interplanetary society who died on 18th march 2008/ion

    Peacetime Uses for V2
    V2 for Ionosphere Research?

    An “artificial satellite\’\’ at the correct distance

    ARTHUR C.. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society.

    Geostationary Satellites and Instant global communication using repeaters.
    Anniversary of Clarke\’s
    Communication Satellite Idea


  24. Jesse Wilkinson

    “artificial satellite”
    ARTHUT C. CLARKE
    British Interplanetary
    Society.


  25. Anonymous

    artificial satellite

    ARTHUR C.. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society.

    http://lakdiva.org/clarke/1945.....b_058.html


  26. Keerthi Kiran M

    artificial satellite

    ARTHUR C.. CLARKE,
    British Interplanetary Society.

    http://lakdiva.org/clarke/1945.....b_058.html


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