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Revisiting the 1963 'Aristarchus events'

@inproceedings{OConnell2013RevisitingT1,
  title={Revisiting the 1963 'Aristarchus events'},
  author={Roland O'Connell and Anthony Cook},
  year={2013}
}
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Weather Analysis
TLDR
Weather data for Flagstaff weather data for the two nights of ‘The 1963 Aristarchus Events’ are presented which suggest there was no inversion layer present over the city on either night.

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