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1 corrected entry in Delta and the Bannermen

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Delta and the Bannermen - S24-E3

Corrected entry: Why would a US satellite launch be "history in the making" in 1959? The first American satellite to reach earth orbit (Explorer I) was launched in early 1958.

Correction: By 1959, the US had only launched five satellites, of which two had failed. A satellite launch would still be novel enough to be "history in the making".

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