V. Reference to List of Radio and Radar Astronomy Observatories ."
Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 1980's, Volume 2: Reports of the Panels . Washington, DC: The National Academies Press,
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258 the latter study may have important implications for understanding the origin of the solar system. V. REFERENCE TO LIST OF RADIO AND RADAR ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORIES An extensive tabulation of facilities for radio and radar astronomy both in the United States and abroad is pre- sented in the List of Radio and Radar Astronomy Observa- tories, published by the Committee on Radio Frequencies of the National Research Council (April 1979).