Peter E. Glaser, an engineer who conceived and patented the concept of the solar power satellite (see page 42) during a long career at Arthur D. Little Inc. (ADL) in Cambridge, Mass, died May 29 after a long illness. He was 90, and lived in nearby Lexington. Born in Zatec, Czechoslovakia, Glaser served in the Free Czechoslovak Army during World War II. He held degrees from Leeds College of Technology in England, Charles University in Prague and Columbia University in New York. Naturalized as ...

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