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Papers on Reduction Methods For Photographic Meteors. by Smithsonian Institution. Astrophysical Observatory.

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SeriesSmithsonian Contributions to Astrophysics -- V.01,no.02
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Open LibraryOL21711054M

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Papers on reduction methods for photographic meteors. Login. DSpace Home Papers on reduction methods for photographic meteors. Login. DSpace Home. Reduction methods for photographic meteor trails / Fred L. Whipple and Luigi G. Jacchia --The method of reduction of short-trail meteors / Gerald S. Hawkins --A rapid graphical method of meteor trail reduction / Richard E. McCrosky --A reduction method for the motions of persistent meteor trains / Allan F. Cook and Robert F. Hughes --Methods. Radiation pressure corrections to meteor orbits are negligible for fireballs; of the order of or less than the measurement errors 1 %) for photographic meteors; of the order of and in some cases substantially larger than the measurement errors («10%) for radar by: 3. The association of asteroids with meteors was based on different methods, discussed and compared below. In addition, a thorough statistical test was performed in order to investigate the possible.

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