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186. r t t 1 r . J. and others. Geodetic flasblng light syste ~tudy. Edgerton, Gereshausen and Grier, Inc. Rep. . 1966, 1959.

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19\. n J. . the accuracy of satellite tracking. lnst. Geod., Photogr., Cart., Ohio State Univ., 1957, 7, 59-64.

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