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(A sliding ruler made by NASA for staff to keep track of the local time at its many ground-tracking stations around the world. To use it, the staff person would slide the timescale until the correct local time appeared in the window for his or her own s...)
 
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A sliding ruler made by NASA for staff to keep track of the local time at its many ground-tracking stations around the world. To use it, the staff person would slide the timescale until the correct local time appeared in the window for his or her own station (eg Bermuda), then read off the time for the remote station (eg. Parkes Radiotelescope and Honeysuckle Creek in Australia). The History Center wishes to thank John Jacobs for the loan of this object.

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