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Radar reflection characteristics of the moon

  • T. B. A. Senior (a1) and K. M. Siegel (a1)

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In recent years many sets of experimental data have been obtained on radar reflections from the moon. After analyzing the results, workers tried to determine the scattering properties of the moon at radar wavelengths, and they concluded that rough-scattering laws could be ascribed to the surface. The available evidence no longer appears to support this view.

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