Rotation Period of the Planet Venus as determined by Radio Observations

Abstract

IN previous communications, observations of the planet Venus at a wave-length of 11 metres at the Ohio State University have been reported1. Based on these and subsequent observations, it has been possible to deduce a probable value for the rotation period of the planet.

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