Antenna tower from which the first radar signal aimed at the moon was received back, two and a half seconds after it was sent. The project was lead Radar engineer John H. DeWitt, Director of the Evans Signal Laboratory of the U.S. Army at Belmar, N.J. in 1946. | Stock Photo #4048-7142

Stock Photo #4048-7142, Antenna tower from which the first radar signal aimed at the moon was received back, two and a half seconds after it was sent. The project was lead Radar engineer John H. DeWitt, Director of the Evans Signal Laboratory of the U.S. Army at Belmar, N.J. in 1946.

Stock Photo - Antenna tower from which the first radar signal aimed at the moon was received back, two and a half seconds after it was sent. The project was lead Radar engineer John H. DeWitt, Director of the Evans Signal Laboratory of the U.S. Army at Belmar, N.J. in 1946.
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