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Radio interferometry : the saga and the science : proceedings of a symposium honoring Barry Clark at 60, held at Socorro, New Mexico, June 25-26, 1998

  title={Radio interferometry : the saga and the science : proceedings of a symposium honoring Barry Clark at 60, held at Socorro, New Mexico, June 25-26, 1998},
  author={J. V. Gorkom},
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