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The tech site noted further:
At some point in the early 1970s, an IBM engineer working for NASA at the height of the Space Race took home the computers and the mysterious tape reels. A scrap dealer, invited to clean out the decease’s electronics-filled basement, discovered the computers. The devices were clearly labelled NASA PROPERTY, so the dealer called NASA to report the find. Please tell NASA these items were not stolen, the engineer’s heir told the scrap dealer, the FOIA information noted. They belonged to IBM Allegheny Center Pittsburgh, PA 15212. During the 1968-1972 timeframe, IBM was getting rid of the items so [redacted engineer] asked if he could have them and was told he could have them. The report in its entirety is here, with the engineer’s name redacted. Upon inspection by NASA personnel, it was discovered that most of the mysterious magnetic tapes were dated between 1967 and 1974. (Stay current with all the latest news on NASA at Space.news)
According to the redacted report, NASA officials told the family of the late engineer that they did have to remove the computers which are extremely heavy and placed there by crane decades ago because the space agency had no use for them. But one NASA official did order that all of the tapes be destroyed, for some reason. There is no evidence that suggests this material is historically significant. I recommend disposal through the immediate destruction of all magnetic tapes, the official noted, according to the FOIA-tied report released by NASA. One space agency archivist said that restoring data on the tapes would have been very costly, and even then, it wasn’t likely that anything could be recovered from the mold. However, historical data from that period would no doubt be extremely relevant to some space experts. And again, going to all the trouble to destroy tapes containing data in which space agency experts said was probably not recoverable anyway raises doubts about the space agency’s credibility. NASA once accidentally erased the Apollo 11 moon landing tapes, perhaps that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. How is anything related to landing on the moon not historically significant? You only destroy things you don’t want people to see, said one Reddit user.
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