• Short Summary

    Japanese Tele-communication wave observatory located about 30 kilometers west of Tokyo chased Russian Spaceboat and received waves from space-boat twice while they were in the orbit around 158 kilometers high in the space.

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    Roll 1. Undeveloped negative Fuji RP ASA 100, 50 feet, exposed.


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    L.S. Japanese Wave Observatory of the Ministry of Telecommunication, located about 30 kilometers west of Tokyo.


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    L.S. Building and the antena.


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    M.S. The signboard of Electric Wave Observatory of the Ministry of Tele-communication.


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    M.L.S. Huge Parabora antena in the air to receive various waves in the orbit.


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    M.S. The antena and parabora antena, receiver.


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    M.L.S. Interior of the room where Japanese engineers watch the waves through various equipments.


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    M.S.


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    M.S. various shots of interior of the receiving room.



    Roll 2. processed print 100 feet.


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    Interior of the wave receiving room where Japanese engineers watch the beacon receiver from Russian Voskhed around 14th circle in the orbit.


    2 3 4 5.
    Various shots of the interior of the room.


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    SOF with magnetic sound: Mr. Nakata, Chief, the receiving section of the Electric Waves Observatory of the Ministry of Tele-communication told that:



    "As a result of recording through our equipments, Voskhed apparently circled the orbit about 158 kilometers in height and we could recorded the trace of Russian space boat clearly so that their flight was successful."




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    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Japanese Tele-communication wave observatory located about 30 kilometers west of Tokyo chased Russian Spaceboat and received waves from space-boat twice while they were in the orbit around 158 kilometers high in the space. One time while the space boat on the east coast of Africa and southern tip of Kam-chat-ka, north Pacific Ocean and confirmed the Russian Space Boat in the Orbit and received voices from the space boat to participants of Olympic Games in Tokyo saying congratulation to the youth of the world who participate in 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo and they sincerely hope the success of everybody. According to radio specialists, they used frequencies of 143.625, 17,365 and 18,035 megacycles and Japanese observatory clearly recorded the waves from Russian space boat and when they ??? are coming down to the ground, the waves was getting weak and they could hardly recorded and found out that the space boat arrived on the ground safely.

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    Film ID:
    VLVAC9OUZ4WKGL8RQUVRKLQW38Q0K
    Media URN:
    VLVAC9OUZ4WKGL8RQUVRKLQW38Q0K
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    14/10/1964
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:01:23:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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