Below you can find ASTRON annual reports. Click a PDF to view / download.
2013
pdf 11.3 MB
2012
pdf 10.8 MB
2011
pdf 4.7 MB
2010
pdf 6.2 MB
2009
pdf 4.2 MB
2008
pdf 4.9 MB
2007
pdf 3.0 MB
2005 - 2006
pdf 2.6 MB
2003 - 2004
pdf 44.7 MB
2002
pdf 3.7 MB
2001
pdf 26.0 MB
2000
pdf 19.2 MB
1999
pdf 18.9 MB
1998
pdf 20.3 MB
1997
pdf 21.9 MB
1996
pdf 17.3 MB
1995
pdf 17.2 MB
1994
pdf 24.6 MB
1993
pdf 18.3 MB
1992
pdf 16.7 MB
1991
pdf 39.7 MB
1990
pdf 51.1 MB
1989
pdf 37.6 MB
1988
pdf 27.9 MB
1987
pdf 40.4 MB
1986
pdf 40.6 MB
1985
pdf 37.9 MB
1984
pdf 43.1 MB
1983
pdf 41.4 MB
1982
pdf 42.8 MB
1981
pdf 34.6 MB
1980
pdf 38.7 MB
1979 Extra Edition
pdf 35.7 MB
1979
pdf 35.4 MB
1978
pdf 33.8 MB
1977
pdf 29.3 MB
1976
pdf 30.7 MB
1975
pdf 26.2 MB
1974
pdf 33.4 MB
1973
pdf 32.7 MB
1972
pdf 21.3 MB
1971
pdf 22.1 MB
1970
pdf 15.6 MB
1969
pdf 7.8 MB
1968
pdf 8.6 MB
1967
pdf 10.1 MB
1966
pdf 5.1 MB
1965
pdf 4.1 MB
1964
pdf 4.1 MB
1963
pdf 4.1 MB
1962
pdf 3.7 MB
1961
pdf 4.1 MB
1959
pdf 2.5 MB
1958
pdf 2.5 MB
1957
pdf 1.2 MB
1956
pdf 426.2 kB
1953
pdf 2.1 MB

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