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1965 in and science technology involved some significant events, listed below.
Astronomy and space exploration [ edit ]
February 20 –
Ranger 8 crashes into the Moon after a successful mission of photographing possible landing sites for the Apollo program astronauts. March 23 –
NASA launches Gemini 3, the United States' first two-person space flight (crew: Gus Grissom and John Young). November 16 –
Venera program: The Soviet Union launches the Venera 3 space probe from Baikonur, Kazakhstan toward Venus. (On March 1, 1966, it becomes the first spacecraft to reach the surface of another planet). November 26 – At the
Hammaguira launch facility in the Sahara Desert, France launches a Diamant-A rocket with its first satellite, on board, becoming the third country to enter Asterix-1 space. Discovery of
NML Cygni, a red hypergiant and the largest star known, at about 1,650 times the Sun's radius.
Biology [ edit ]
Chemistry [ edit ]
Climatology [ edit ]
November 5 – US president Lyndon Johnson’s science advisory committee sends him a report entitled
Restoring the Quality of Our Environment, the introduction to which states: "Pollutants have altered on a global scale the carbon dioxide content of the air and the lead concentrations in ocean waters and human populations." 
Computer science [ edit ]
History of science [ edit ]
Ralph Lapp publishes The New Priesthood: The Scientific Elite and the Uses of Power in the United States.
Mathematics [ edit ]
Physics [ edit ]
Physiology and medicine [ edit ]
Psychology [ edit ]
Technology [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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^ Zuckerkandl, E.; Pauling, L. (1965). "Evolutionary Divergence and Convergence in Proteins". In Bryson, B.; Vogel, H. Evolving Genes and Proteins. New York: Academic Press. pp. 97–166.
^ Morgan, Gregory J. (1998). "Emile Zuckerkandl, Linus Pauling, and the Molecular Evolutionary Clock, 1959-1965". Journal of the History of Biology. 31: 155–178. doi: 10.1023/A:1004394418084. PMID 11620303.
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^ "Scientists warned the US president about global warming 50 years ago today". The Guardian. 2015-11-05 . Retrieved . 2015-11-06
^ Jones, Douglas W. "The Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-8" . Retrieved . 2012-05-08
^ Moore, Gordon E. (19 April 1965). "Cramming more components onto integrated circuits" (PDF). . Electronics 38 (8) . Retrieved . 2012-01-20
^ "Excerpts from A Conversation with Gordon Moore: Moore's Law" (PDF). Intel. 2005 . Retrieved . 2012-01-20
^ "1965 – "Moore's Law" Predicts the Future of Integrated Circuits". Computer History Museum. 2007 . Retrieved . 2012-01-20
^ "Ever more from Moore". The Economist. 18 April 2015 . Retrieved . 19 April 2015
^ Ax, James; Kochen, Simon (1965). "Diophantine problems over local fields, I". . American Journal of Mathematics 87: 605–630. doi: 10.2307/2373065.
^ Crilly, Tony (2007). 50 Mathematical Ideas You Really Need to Know. London: Quercus. p. 65. ISBN 978-1-84724-008-8.
^ Penrose, Roger (January 1965). "Gravitational Collapse and Space-Time Singularities". . Physical Review Letters 14 (3): 57–59. Bibcode: 1965PhRvL..14...57P. doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.14.57.
^ Angelman, Harvey (1965). " 'Puppet' Children: A report of three cases". . Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 7 (6): 681–688. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8749.1965.tb07844.x.
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