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== [[ETHW:Welcome|Welcome to the ETHW!]] ==
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== [[Human Space Travel Primary Sources|Footsteps]] ==
  
The IEEE Global History Network is now the Engineering and Technology History Wiki. Learn more about the change.
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A collection of spaceflight-related primary sources
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== [[Creating Magnetic Disk Storage at IBM]] ==
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== [[Oral-History:John Vig|John Vig Oral History]] ==
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An interview with John Vig, 2009 IEEE President
  
The RAMAC, introduced in 1956, was the world’s first computer with magnetic disk storage.
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== [[Spaceflight in Silent Film]] ==
  
Cyrus Field made pioneering developments to telegraph cables
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As early as 1902, spaceflight has captured the imagination of filmmakers
  
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An interview with Janeen Judah, the 2017 President of the Society of Petroleum Engineers
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== [[Oral-History:Mildred Dresselhaus|Mildred Dresselhaus Oral History]] ==
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An interview with Mildred Dresselhaus, recipient of the 2015 IEEE Medal of Honor
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