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Commission Pour L’Etude Physique des Planetes et des Satellites

  • Luboš Perek
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Part of the International Astronomical Union Transactions book series (IAUT, volume 13B)

Abstract

Owing to the formation of Commission 17, which has, since 1964, cognizance of all lunar studies, this report deals only with research on other satellites and the planets published during the period from 1964 until 1966. Unforeseen circumstances have forced the President of Commission 16 to distribute the work of compiling this report among several members, to whom he is greatly obliged for assuming this responsibility.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Luboš Perek
    • 1
  1. 1.Astronomical InstituteCzechoslovak Academy of SciencesPrague 2Czechoslovakia

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