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Antenna in the USSR

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For this special Soviet edition, Antenna invited Soviet scientist and television presenter
Sergei Kapitza to introduce two science stories.
Mission to the Red Planet This summer, the Soviets launch a space craft to investigate Phobos, one of the mysterious 'moons' orbiting Mars. British space expert, Phillip Clark , meets human volunteers in weightlessness experiments. He also talks to the scientists who claim they can get men on Mars by the turn of the century.
Kapitza, the Crocodile, and the Kremlin
A portrait of the remarkable Russian physicist,
Peter Kapitza and his extraordinary apprenticeship in Cambridge until his detention in the Soviet Union by Stalin - the start of a series of dangerous encounters with the Kremlin as Kapitza struggled to keep politics out of his laboratory. Film directors
DAVID DUGAN. TESSA UVINGSTONE
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT
0 FEATURE: page 86

Contributors

Unknown: Sergei Kapitza
Unknown: Phillip Clark
Unknown: Peter Kapitza
Unknown: David Dugan.
Producer: David Paterson
Producer: Jana Bennett

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