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Characterising atmospheric optical turbulence using stereo-SCIDAR.

Osborn, James and Butterley, Tim and Föhring, Dora and Wilson, Richard (2015) 'Characterising atmospheric optical turbulence using stereo-SCIDAR.', Journal of physics : conference series., 595 (1). 012022.

Abstract

Stereo-SCIDAR (SCIntillation Detection and Ranging) is a development to the well known SCIDAR method for characterisation of the Earth's atmospheric optical turbulence. Here we present some interesting capabilities, comparisons and results from a recent campaign on the 2.5 m Isaac Newton Telescope on La Palma.

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Publisher Web site:https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/595/1/012022
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Date deposited:30 May 2018
Date of first online publication:08 April 2015
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