Results of Observations of Star Image Vibration at the Uzhgorod Astronomical Station

  • M. V. Bratiichuk
  • I. V. Shvalagin


Visual and photographic observations have been carried out for ten years at the station for observations of artificial earth satellites at Uzhgorod State University. In 1964, the university obtained an AVR-2 telescope, with which it began studies of atmospheric vibrations.


Vibration Amplitude Photographic Observation Zenith Distance Star Image Clear Night 
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  • M. V. Bratiichuk
  • I. V. Shvalagin

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