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Catching Film in Mid-Air: Revisiting Yesterday’s Spy Satellites

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September 5, 2014

Catching Film in Mid-Air: Revisiting Yesterday’s Spy Satellites

Being a U.S. spy satellite in the 1960s wasn’t easy—it meant dropping its photos in a special “film bucket” capsule from space, which the U.S. Air Force then had to catch in mid-air.