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Commission des Ephemerides

  • G. M. Clemence
  • Vicente Planelles
  • W. Fricke
  • R. L. Duncombe
  • D. H. Sadler
  • A. Danjon
  • J. Kovalevsky
  • V. K. Abalakin
  • A. M. Sinzi
  • N. C. Lahiri
Conference paper
Part of the International Astronomical Union Transactions book series (IAUT, volume 13B)

Abstract

The General Assembly, at its meeting in 1964, adopted the following Resolution No. 4, which had been proposed by a joint discussion of Commissions 4, 7, 8, 19, 20, and 31: ‘The International Astronomical Union endorses the final list of constants proposed by the Working Group on the System of Astronomical Constants and recommends that it be used in the national and international astronomical ephemerides at the earliest practicable date.’

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. M. Clemence
    • 1
  • Vicente Planelles
  • W. Fricke
  • R. L. Duncombe
  • D. H. Sadler
  • A. Danjon
  • J. Kovalevsky
  • V. K. Abalakin
  • A. M. Sinzi
  • N. C. Lahiri
  1. 1.Yale University ObservatoryNew HavenUSA

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