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  • s  occurring at a relatively low altitude

  • The National Transportation Safety Board recommended that helicopters and small planes be separated in the busy air corridor where the collision occurred, a low-altitude pathway .
  • Afterward Hammer and Gale took a low-altitude flight over the damaged reactor and nearby deserted villages.
  • Their energy was not turned dutifully into low-altitude speed; it went to lift the small third stage to 600 miles.

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