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Subsystem requirements for an airborne laboratory to study zero-zero landing systems
Gilbert G. Robinson
Presented at the All Weather Operation Meeting of the Agard Flight Mechanics Panel, held 12-13 October 1964, in Munich, Germany.
|Statement||by Gilbert G. Robinson andNorman S. Johnson.|
|Series||Agard report -- 488|
|Contributions||Johnson, Norman S., Advisory Group for Aeronautical Research and Development. Flight Mechanics Panel.|
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