BULLETIN OF STATIONS OF OPTICAL OBSERVATION OF ARTIFICIAL EARTH SATELLITES.
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Contents Evaluating the accuracy of visual observation of stations of the USSR from data of observations of satellite 1960 epsilon 3 in 1961, by M. A. Lurye and N. L. Shkolnikova Method of visual observations of artificial earth satellites at the satellite observation station of Chernovitskiy University, by V. M. Kondratenko and Ye. A. Pavlyniv Individual differences during observation of satellites, by V. Merkushev Method of visual observation of artificial earth satellites at the Yerevan Station, by B. Ye. Tumanyan Experience of photographing satellites by a NAFA-21 camera, by V. A. Merkushev About increased accuracy of processing photographs of artificial earth satellites, obtained with a small camera, by A. L. Chikarenko and S. A. Filipcheva On the evolution of orbits of artificial earth satellites in connection with solar activity, by N. P. Slovokhotova Preliminary average orbital elements of the cabin of the first Soviet space ship 1960 epsilon 3 for October-December 1962, by G. A. Chebotarev and Ye. N. Makarova Preliminary orbital elements of Soviet artificial earth satellite Cosmos 8 1962 alpha xi 1 and its rocket-carrier 1962 alpha xi 2, by G. A. Chebotarev and Ye. N. Makarova.
- Optical Detection and Detectors
- Spacecraft Trajectories and Reentry