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MAY 2013

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Celebrating 50 years of serving the global ocean community 1963-2013 1979 1980 Diver conducts propeller shaft inspection using a Sub-Sea Systems See-Bee I multipurpose television camera. This Omega transmission tower extends 457 meters into the sky over Tsushima Island between Japan and Korea. 1981 1982 The Intelsat V satellite, depicted, will have a maritime capability for use in the Inmarsat system. This capability features an array of four helix antennas, protruding from the nearest corner of the main cube of the satellite body. www.sea-technology.com Antenna mounted on a tanker, feeding a Magnavox MX-211 Satellite Communications System. The confguration is typical of current installations of Inmarsat shipboard communications terminals. May 2013 / st 53

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