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Canada / USSR Satellite / Living On Tundra #256676

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 05, 1978
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(Studio) Contd. search for pieces of downed USSR satellite in Canada noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Edmonton, Canada) ["Outward Bound" educator Mike MOBLEY - quotes comment with regard to north Canada area that strange things seen under Northern Lights. Says he and others investigated what they saw.] Background on Mobley, who is from Mesa, Arizona, and discovered radioactive piece of satellite, cited; after discovery of satellite debris, he was given medical exam in Edmonton, but is unharmed. Mobley's decision to live on tundra for winter and reasons outlined. [MOBLEY - describes looking at snow and says it makes rest of world more sensible upon his return. Talks about tundra and why he likes living there.]
REPORTER: Bill McLaughlin

Dean, Morton;
McLaughlin, Bill

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