New Techniques in Space Radio—Astronomy
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In spite of the title of this paper, it is not easy to point out many significant developments in the techniques of space radio-astronomy in the last few years. Radio-astronomers are limited in their endeavours by several difficulties which they have not yet been able to overcome completely. I still remember F.G. Smith, in his 1965 Liège Symposium talk, saying that “space radioastronomy is in great danger of turning to geophysics”. This statement seems still valid three years later.
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