Velocity of radio signals in the 1926 international longitude sperations.
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Velocity of radio signals in the 1926 international longitude sperations. by C. C. Smith

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Published in Toronto .
Written in English


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From Proceedings of the Fifth Pacific Science Congress, 1933.

SeriesDominion Observatory Reprint -- no. 25
ContributionsDominion Observatory (Canada), Pacific Science Congress
The Physical Object
PaginationPp. 1139-1141 ;
Number of Pages1141
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Open LibraryOL19804260M

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