SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MOON, MARS, AND VENUS: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Rept. no. 2 on ATD work assignment no. 79.
AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DIV LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON D C
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UTHIS ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY WAS COMPILED FROM Soviet-Satellite open sources published 1963-1966. It is the second report in a continuing series indicative of of Soviet-bloc research of the surface characteristics of Mars, Venus, and the Moon with reference to light polorization and albedo measurement techniques and to radioastronomical investigations. Report No. 1 appeared as ATD Report P-65-6. The 110 bibliographic entries are listed alphabetically by author in four sections I. The Moon 58 entries II. Mars 28 entries III. Venus 18 entries IV. General 6 entries. An Author Index is included at the end of the report. Other information included Photography of celestial bodies, photogrammetry, and photointerpretation in space investigations unusual formation on Venus radar observations of Venus Martian canals Mars satellites volcanic activity on Mars colorimetric comparison of asteroids and terrestrial rocks. Author
- Celestial Mechanics