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Published by Agard in Neuilly sur Seine .
Written in English


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Papers presented at the Aerospace Medical Panel"s Specialists" Meeting held in Lisbon, Portugal, 22-26 October 1979.

Statementedited by P.F. Iampietro.
SeriesAgard Conference proceedings -- 266
ContributionsIampietro, P. F., Advisory Group for AerospaceResearch and Development. Aerospace Medical Panel.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14329770M

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