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Determination of the orbits of Venus, the Earth, and Mars from 1962- 1978 radar observations of Venus and Mars

PACS: 01.10.Fv
DOI: 10.1070/PU1980v023n07ABEH005121
Citation: Kislik M D, Kolyuka Yu F, Kotel’nikov V A, Petrov G M, Tikhonov V F "Determination of the orbits of Venus, the Earth, and Mars from 1962- 1978 radar observations of Venus and Mars" Sov. Phys. Usp. 23 418–419 (1980)
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Оригинал: Кислик М Д, Колюка Ю Ф, Котельников В А, Петров Г М, Тихонов В Ф «Определение орбит Венеры, Земли, Марса на основе радиолокационных наблюдений Венеры и Марса в 1962-1978 гг.» УФН 131 511–513 (1980); DOI: 10.3367/UFNr.0131.198007h.0511

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