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Electronic Systems for Short-Exposure Photography of Celestial Objects

  • A. N. Abramenko
  • V. V. Prokof’eva

Abstract

Optical instability of the earth’s atmosphere impairs the quality of photographs of astronomical objects. One method of improving image quality is to photograph during periods of relative atmospheric quiet.

Keywords

Improve Image Quality Control Pulse Crimean Astrophysical Observatory Television System Image Converter 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. N. Abramenko
  • V. V. Prokof’eva

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