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In March 1949, Popular Mechanics stated that Eckert and Mauchly were working on the BINAC, "a smaller, simpler, and lower-priced calculator - almost a "pocket edition" - which is only five feet high, four feet long, and one foot wide."
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Project Blue Book - UFO Investigations
›Dew Line, Alaska
Source: The National Archives
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