Analysis of Satellite Data


USING the method outlined in previous papers1–3, I have completed an analysis of an extensive series of observations on satellite 1958 δ2 (ref. 4), and propose to outline an interesting implication of this work prior to the publication of the detailed analysis.

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PARKYN, D. Analysis of Satellite Data. Nature 191, 896–897 (1961).

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