A compendium of Earth constants relevant to Australian geodetic science
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The physical constants which are used in the geodetic sciences are summarised. This includes fundamental physical constants, gravity field constants, information on the size and shape of the Earth, the Earth's motion and datum transformation parameters. Most of these values have been accepted by the International Association of Geodesy, the International Astronomical Union and the American Geophysical Union. These summaries are intended to form a convenient look-up table for Australian geodesists.
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