During the winters of 1989 and 1990, the Observatorio Astronomico de Cordoba conducted observational site testing in the Antarctic. The search was carried out amongst the Argentinian stations to take advantage of existing logistic facilities. Belgrano II was chosen because it is the most southerly one, has the most stable climatological conditions, and is ground-based. The results are not very promising for astronomical work, but we have obtained important experience for this kind of task in the Antarctic.
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