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Missile Computer Turned to peaceful uses. Pat Peterson, 23, of San Carlos Calif., (bottom) and Stephen Tepper, 22, of Wheaton, MD. (top), are shown with the obsolete Minuteman I guidance computer they have converted into a general purpose computer accessible via the teletypewriter (below).

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