Planetary Exploration, 1968-1975: Report of a Study
National Academies, 1968 - Astronautics - 49 pages
The Space Research Institute (IKI) presents information about its activities in the field of planetary exploration. IKI is a part of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Russia. IKI provides details about the laboratories, missions, experiments, and the Solar System Data Archive (SSDA).
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