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Do the original buildings for the milestone still exist?

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Line spectrum pair (LSP), an essential technology for high-compression speech coding, 1975 +No. New building has been built on the original site.


Mainline Electrification of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 1895 +Yes
Marconi First Wireless Experiments, 1894-1895 +Yes
Mercury Spacecraft MA-6 +Yes


Pearl Street Station +No


Research and education in electronics and communications at Cruft Laboratory, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Science, 1915 to 1947 +Yes
Rheinfelden Hydroelectric Power Plant, 1898 - 2010 +No, there is not but they are well represented by an exhibition pavilion as described above.
Rincon del Bonete Hydroelectric Plant and Transmission System +Yes


SAGE (Semi Automatic Ground Environment) +Yes
SPARC RISC Architecture Introduction, 1987 +No
Sharp 14-inch thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display (TFT-LCD) for TV, which has ushered in TFT LCD industry +Yes
Sonar, 100th birthday of Paul Langevin Invention 1917-2017 +New extant hosting "The Langevin Institute". The Langevin Institute is an extend of ESPCI
Special Citation Computer History Museum +not applicable


TIROS 1 +Yes
TPC-1 System +[1] The original building of "Ninomiya Cable Landign Station" still exists, but is no longer used (as of January 2014), and will be removed in the near future. Therefore, the plaque is to be placed at the building of KDDI Headquarter. [2] The original building in Hawaii no longer exists.
The 20 inch Diameter Photomultiplier Tubes +Yes.
The Abacus +Yes
The Birthplace of Silicon Valley +Not presently, but the plan is to demolish the building, which has been severely altered from the original.
The First Optical Fiber Laser and Amplifier +Yes
The Floating Gate EEPROM, 1976-1978 +No
The MU (Middle and Upper atmosphere) radar, 1984 +Yes
The first satellite broadcasting to the public +No
The world’s first low-loss optical fiber for telecommunications +Yes
Toshiba T1100, a pioneering contribution to the development of laptop PC, 1985 +Yes
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