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Very First Results of the Medoc Experiment

  • F. Nouel (a1) and D. Gambis (a1)

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It is already well known that the coordinates of the pole can be derived not only by the classical astronomical methods but also from analysis of the orbits of artificial Earth satellites. The MEDOC experiment (Motion of the Earth by Doppler Observation Campaign) has been initiated by the Groupe de Recherches de Géodésie Spatiale (GRGS) to provide observations and undertake independent analysis for this purpose. Several organisations are participating.

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Anderle, R.J.; Polar Motion determined by Doppler Satellite observations, Bulletin Géodésique 1976.
Bowman, B.R., Leroy, C.F.; DMATC Doppler Determination of Polar Motion. International Geodetic Symposium on Satellite Doppler Positioning, Las Cruces, October 76.
Guinot, B., Nouel, F.; MEDOC Experiment on the French Polar Motion Project. International Geodetic Symposium on Satellite Doppler Positioning, Las Cruces, October 76.

Very First Results of the Medoc Experiment

  • F. Nouel (a1) and D. Gambis (a1)

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