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Title: Planetary Radar Astronomy
Authors: Ostro, S. J.
Issue Date: Mar-1992
Abstract: Planetary radar astronomy is the study of Solar System entities by transmitting a radio signal toward the target and then receiving and analyzing the echo. This field of research has primarily involved observations with Earth-based radar telescopes, but also includes certain experiments with a spaceborne transmitter and/or receiver.
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