The ATS-F Satellite Experiment With Cable TV Distribution (1972)

By Dr. Richard B. Marsten, Director, Communications Programs, Office of Applications, NASA, Washington, D.C.

The ATS-F (applications technology satellite F) experiment in the Rocky Mountains is a joint experiment for which NASA is supplying satellite channel capacity to the Department of Health, Education and Welfare and associated local groups in the Rocky Mountain Federation of States.

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