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GE 635

The GE-635 was a 36-bit mainframe computer built in the 1960s and was known for running the Dartmouth Time Sharing System , the first successful large-scale time-sharing operating system to be implemented.

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Hangar 18 (1980)

GE 635 panels appear at NORAD as part of the computer system that is used to track the alien ship as it crashes in the Arizona desert.

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