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Pyaskovskaya-Fesenkova, Doklady Akad. Nauk SSSR, Vol. 6 (1948). G. She Livshits, Light Scattering in the Atmosphere [in Russian], Alma-Ata (1965). E. V. Pavlov, Astron. , Vol. 4 (1966). E. M. Feigel'son, Izv. Akad. , No. 10 (1958). E. M. Feigel'son, M. S. Malkevich, S. Ya. Kogan, T. D. Koronatova, K. S. Glazova, and M. A. Kuznetsova, Calculation of the Brightness of Light in the Case of Anisotropic Scattering, Part 1, Consultants Bureau, New York (1960). V. S. Atroshenko, E. M. Feigel'son, K. S.

The operation of the apparatus is explained in Fig. 1. The luminous flux from the star, which is gathered by the telescope (AZT-7, D ;: 200 mm), is divided into two beams by a cube 2. One beam, which contains the greate:r part of the light, goes through the objective 4 and through the television system to the motion picture camera 19, which has a high-speed shutter (equivalent focus 165 m). The second beam is focused by a stretching lens 3 onto the edge of the dividing prism 8 (equivalent focus 10 m).

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