Photoelectric Apparatus for Studying Atmospheric Light Scattering
Investigation of the optical properties of the atmosphere under real conditions requires the greatest possible amount of experimental data obtained in the shortest possible time period. In this connection, the need for automatic high-speed photoelectric apparatus that would allow us as much information as possible about the optical state of the atmosphere to be obtained has often been expressed . Two years of work at the Shakhty Pedagogical Institute has been devoted to this problem, and the result is the apparatus described below for studying light scattered by the atmosphere. This apparatus is an improved and completely automated version of the original device described in .
KeywordsAngular Distance Servo System Analyzer Motor Vertical Circle Atmospheric Optic
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