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Interview with Walter E. Brown / 2002 Nov 14.

Author: Walter E Brown; Peter J Westwick
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Walt Brown discusses his involvement in radar at JPL beginning in the nineteen sixties. He describes synthetic aperture radar and its uses. He also discusses the various projects throughout the following decades, radar technology, and the various contributions JPL?s work made to other fields of sciences, how JPL infrastructure has changed and how he sees it developing.
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Named Person: Walter E Brown; John Appel; Frank Barath; Robert Bradford; Richard Carande; Ed Caro; Charles Elachi; Edward Giles; Richard Goldstein; Scott Hensley; Rolando Jordan; Al Laderman; Soren Madsen; Elmer McMillan; Walter Munk; William Pickering; Len Porello; Eberhardt Rechtin; Takeshi Sato; Paul Teleki; Bob Thomas; Tom Thompson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Walter E Brown; Peter J Westwick
OCLC Number: 733106847
Notes: A typescript of the original sound recording.
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Event notes: Interview recorded by Peter Westwick on November 14, 2002 at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California.
Description: Transcript: 57 p.
Responsibility: by Peter Westwick,

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Walt Brown discusses his involvement in radar at JPL beginning in the nineteen sixties. He describes synthetic aperture radar and its uses. He also discusses the various projects throughout the following decades, radar technology, and the various contributions JPL?s work made to other fields of sciences, how JPL infrastructure has changed and how he sees it developing.

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