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At the XVIth General Assembly, Commission 40 decided to curtail its triennial reports, confining them to aspects and developments which do not naturally find a place in the report of another commission. In letters to Presidents of eighteen commissions our new policy was explained and Commission 40 members willing to serve as radio astronomy contact person with one of these commissions were introduced. All Commission 40 members received notice of our intentions, with the names of the contact persons and an outline of this report in September 1978. We trust that from now on research at radio observatories will be integrally reported in the thematically appropriate reports of relevant commissions.
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