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Stock Photo #4186-13816, 1950S Man Programmer Sitting At Console In Data Processing Room With Remington Rand Univac Computer And Tape Drives
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1950S Man Programmer Sitting At Console In Data Processing Room With Remington Rand Univac Computer And Tape Drives
Stock Photo #4276-3256, Woman sitting on ground, leaning against tree wrapped with safety tape
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Woman sitting on ground, leaning against tree wrapped with safety tape
Stock Photo #1566-714249, Florida, Miami Beach, ´Ocean Drive´, accident, bus, bicycle rider, collision, police line do not cross, tape,
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Florida, Miami Beach, ´Ocean Drive´, accident, bus, bicycle rider, collision, police line do not cross, tape,
Stock Photo #255-1879, Businesswoman working with computer tape drives, 1970
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Businesswoman working with computer tape drives, 1970
Stock Photo #1849-8119, Friends sharing wildlife safari photographs on camera phone
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Friends sharing wildlife safari photographs on camera phone
Stock Photo #4175-9219, Diesel engine
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Diesel engine
Stock Photo #4186-13669, 1960S Man Programming Large Mainframe Computer Surrounded By Data Tape Drives Indoor
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1960S Man Programming Large Mainframe Computer Surrounded By Data Tape Drives Indoor
Stock Photo #1598R-217153, Mid section view of a young woman measuring her waist
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Mid section view of a young woman measuring her waist
Stock Photo #4391-265, A woman changes tapes in a computer lab in 1980. These computers belonged to the National Cancer Institute, and held data about research projects. Photo by Linda Bartlett.
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A woman changes tapes in a computer lab in 1980. These computers belonged to the National Cancer Institute, and held data abo...
A woman changes tapes in a computer lab in 1980. These computers belonged to the National Cancer Institute, and held data about research projects. Photo by Linda Bartlett.
Stock Photo #4186-8801, 1960S 1970S Man Seated Keyboard Work Station Rca Information System Data Processing Mainframe
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1960S 1970S Man Seated Keyboard Work Station Rca Information System Data Processing Mainframe
Stock Photo #4186-13639, 1960S Man Technician Programming Mainframe Computer At Control Room Console Surrounded By Many Tape Drive Data Storage Machines
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1960S Man Technician Programming Mainframe Computer At Control Room Console Surrounded By Many Tape Drive Data Storage Machin...
1960S Man Technician Programming Mainframe Computer At Control Room Console Surrounded By Many Tape Drive Data Storage Machines
Stock Photo #4368-153, A state-of-the-art Univac 110811, circa 1967, which was one of four such machines installed in the Computation and Analysis Division facility in the Manned Space Flight center's Building 12. The computers were used to support the scientific and management environments of the Manned Spacecraft Center.
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A state-of-the-art Univac 110811, circa 1967, which was one of four such machines installed in the Computation and Analysis D...
A state-of-the-art Univac 110811, circa 1967, which was one of four such machines installed in the Computation and Analysis Division facility in the Manned Space Flight center's Building 12. The computers were used to support the scientific and management environments of the Manned Spacecraft Center.
Stock Photo #4186-13640, 1960S Woman In Mainframe Computer Room Surrounded By Many Data Tape Drives Sitting At Desk Typing On Typewriter Indoor
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1960S Woman In Mainframe Computer Room Surrounded By Many Data Tape Drives Sitting At Desk Typing On Typewriter Indoor
Stock Photo #1035-13090, United States: c. 1969 A woman working on a Honeywell tape drive computer.
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United States: c. 1969 A woman working on a Honeywell tape drive computer.
Stock Photo #1598R-214207, Side profile of a young woman measuring her waist with a measuring tape
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Side profile of a young woman measuring her waist with a measuring tape
Stock Photo #1647R-40058, High Tech Computer Equipment
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High Tech Computer Equipment
Stock Photo #4048-6970, Univac was the first computer designed for commercial use and 46 were built and installed in the 1950s. Designed by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly and the name UNIVAC was shortened from Universal Automatic Computer. 1959 photo.
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Univac was the first computer designed for commercial use and 46 were built and installed in the 1950s. Designed by J. Prespe...
Univac was the first computer designed for commercial use and 46 were built and installed in the 1950s. Designed by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly and the name UNIVAC was shortened from Universal Automatic Computer. 1959 photo.
Stock Photo #4389-1221, Data Acquisition System
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Data Acquisition System
Stock Photo #4048-7242, Matsushita Computer Cassette-TV and home computer system used a touch screen interface and a tape cassette drive. Ca. 1980.
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Matsushita Computer Cassette-TV and home computer system used a touch screen interface and a tape cassette drive. Ca. 1980.
Stock Photo #1647R-40036, Computer Drives
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Computer Drives
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Stock Photo #4175-14251, Abhrspionage
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Abhrspionage
Stock Photo #4186-13700, 1960S Two Businessman Programming Large Mainframe Computer Surrounded By Data Storage Tape Drives Office Indoor Look4
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1960S Two Businessman Programming Large Mainframe Computer Surrounded By Data Storage Tape Drives Office Indoor Look4
Stock Photo #1598R-10005545, A man wrapped in caution tape talking on a cell phone while driving.
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A man wrapped in caution tape talking on a cell phone while driving.
Stock Photo #4368-145, This is the main computing console for the Data Reduction Complex and is the heart of the NASA-MSC postflight data processing and reduction for America's manned space flight activities. Information telemetried back from orbiting spacecraft is processed here in order that scientists and engineers can perform a complete post-flight analysis of the mission.
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This is the main computing console for the Data Reduction Complex and is the heart of the NASA-MSC postflight data processing...
This is the main computing console for the Data Reduction Complex and is the heart of the NASA-MSC postflight data processing and reduction for America's manned space flight activities. Information telemetried back from orbiting spacecraft is processed here in order that scientists and engineers can perform a complete post-flight analysis of the mission.
Stock Photo #4186-13668, 1960S Two Men Technicians Working In Ibm 360 Mainframe Computer Room
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1960S Two Men Technicians Working In Ibm 360 Mainframe Computer Room
Stock Photo #1035-13088, Lafayette, Indiana: July 20, 1971 A computer analyst mounts a tape of scanner data in a computer tape drive. It is part of Purdue University's LARS (Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing) program which is being used to analyze the Corn Blight Watch Experiment.
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Lafayette, Indiana: July 20, 1971 A computer analyst mounts a tape of scanner data in a computer tape drive. It is part of Pu...
Lafayette, Indiana: July 20, 1971 A computer analyst mounts a tape of scanner data in a computer tape drive. It is part of Purdue University's LARS (Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing) program which is being used to analyze the Corn Blight Watch Experiment.

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