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Aerospace and military: Three satellites are salvaged in space, an Army intercept missile destroys a mock ICBM warhead, and a new strategic bomber that's harder to detect is unveiled

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Aerospace and military developments during 1984 are reviewed. These include advances in `Star Wars' weaponry; retrieval of lost satellites; the first production model of the stealth bomber; and significantly improved avionics for the top US fighter plane, the F-16.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 1 )