Preliminary Results from the Very-Low Frequency Receiver Aboard Canada's Alouette Satellite

@article{Barrington1963PreliminaryRF,
  title={Preliminary Results from the Very-Low Frequency Receiver Aboard Canada's Alouette Satellite},
  author={R. E. Barrington and John Skelton Belrose},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1963},
  volume={198},
  pages={651-656}
}
Preliminary Results from the Very-Low Frequency Receiver Aboard Canada's Alouette Satellite 
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