Advances in space science and technology. Volume 6 by III FREDERICK I. ORDWAY

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Within the nations concerned, various companies are contributing systems and subsystems. Moreover, the launching range, the tracking and telemetry, and test satellites are all the responsibility of yet other countries. It is not really necessary to underline what an immense problem of administration and technical liaison is involved, and how important it is for the methods of integrating payloads and rocket stages to be well understood and properly planned. The European organization is still very young and, in the case of the second and third rocket stages, little evidence has yet been made available about how the problems are being overcome.

However, it is the first indication that the covariant theory itself may be capable of describing the radically new properties of spacetime which quantization can bring about. In recent years topological considerations have begun to assume increasing importance, quite apart from the investigation of such fanciful objects as wormholes. , globally, it is not enough to know merely the curvature. The topology also must be specified. It has become standard practice now to examine newly discovered solutions of Einstein's field equations as to their topological content.

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