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Advances in Geophysics, Vol. 5 by H.E. Landsberg (ed.), J.Van Mieghem (ed.)

By H.E. Landsberg (ed.), J.Van Mieghem (ed.)

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Both announced plans for launching earth satellites, and did so during the early IGY period. Press reports imply that China (Peking) also may launch earth satellites. 4. ScientiJic Program Some indication of the scope of the ICY may be obtained from a brief description of the planned programs in each discipline, as given below. 1. Aurora and Airglow. Observing stations have been established from the Arctic drifting stations to Antarctica and the South Geographic Pole. Visual observations are underway at many stations as well as from mobile craft.

Both announced plans for launching earth satellites, and did so during the early IGY period. Press reports imply that China (Peking) also may launch earth satellites. 4. ScientiJic Program Some indication of the scope of the ICY may be obtained from a brief description of the planned programs in each discipline, as given below. 1. Aurora and Airglow. Observing stations have been established from the Arctic drifting stations to Antarctica and the South Geographic Pole. Visual observations are underway at many stations as well as from mobile craft.

These centers will catalog, store, and make available IGY information. Either copies of the original material, or the original data themselves, will be deposited in these archives. The ICY material to be interchanged in each geophysical discipline includes those records, observations, and preliminary tabulations which have already been agreed upon internationally. World Data Centers will maintain central catalogs and indices (of all deposited information), which will be available to participating IGY National Committees, to national and international scientific groups, arid to their sponsored scientists.

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