Telstar

series of communications satellites whose successful launching, beginning in 1962, inaugurated a new age in electronic communications. The first ... [3 related articles]
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[song] "Telstar" is a 1962 instrumental record performed by The Tornados. It was the first single by a British band to reach number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and was also a number one hit in the UK; this makes it the only instrumental single to hit #1 on both the US and UK weekly charts. The record was named after the AT&T communic
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[football club] Telstar is a Dutch football club based in Velsen. The club was established after the merger of two football clubs in the town of Velsen. == History == When professional football was introduced in the Netherlands, both Stormvogels and neighbouring club VSV played in the professional leagues. Because of financial problems at b
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Telstar is a variety of apple.
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[game console] The Telstar is a series of video game consoles produced by Coleco from 1976 to 1978. Starting with Telstar Pong clone based on General Instrument`s AY-3-8500 chip in 1976, there were 14 consoles released in the Telstar branded series. One million Telstar units were sold. ==Models== The large product lineup and the impending f
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Telstar 5 A global network of communications satellites originally operated by AT&T Skynet, later Loral Skynet. Telstar 1 was the first commercial communications satellite; owned by AT&T and flown by NASA, it relayed the first transatlantic television transmissions between Andover, Maine, and s...
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Telstar

Telstar: see communications satellite.
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Telstar

US communications satellite, launched on 10 July 1962, which relayed the first live television transmissions between the USA and Europe. Telstar orbited the Earth every 2.63 hours, and unlike later geostationary satellites was only usable when in line-of-sight of two tracking stations
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Telstar is the name of various communications satellites, including the first such satellite to relay television signals. The first two Telstar satellites were experimental and nearly identical. Telstar 1 was launched on top of a Thor-Delta rocket on July 10, 1962. It successfully relayed through space the first television pictures, telephone call
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[women`s football club] Sportclub Telstar Vrouwenvoetbal Noord-Holland is a Dutch women`s football club based in Velsen. The club was established in 2011 and brought the Eredivisie (women) up to seven teams after the withdrawal of AZ and Willem II for financial reasons. It`s home stadium is the 3,625 seater TATA Steel Stadion and its home c
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match ball designed by Adidas for the 1970 FIFA World Cup. The first ball to use a truncated icosahedron design, with 12 black and 20 white patches intentionally used to improve visibility on black-and-white TV sets.[257] The design remains common in club crests and decorations, even though modern match balls look considerably different. Known as b
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match ball designed by Adidas for the 1970 FIFA World Cup. The first ball to use a truncated icosahedron design, with 12 black and 20 white patches intentionally used to improve visibility on black-and-white TV sets.[262] The design remains common in club crests and decorations, even though modern match balls look considerably different. Known as b
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