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Speed-dependent collision effects on radar back-scattering from the ionosphere
|Statement||Yugal K. Behl and Otto H. Theimer, principal investigator ; prepared for National Aeronautics and Space Agency.|
|Series||NASA-CR -- 173077., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-173077.|
|Contributions||Theimer, Otto H., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., New Mexico State University.|
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Get this from a library. Speed-dependent collision effects on radar back-scattering from the ionosphere. [Yugal K Behl; Otto H Theimer; United States.
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