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The Kitt Peak Magnetograph III. Automation and the 40-Channel Probe

  • W. Livingston (a1), J. Harvey (a1) and C. Slaughter (a1)

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In this paper we describe the 40-channel magnetograph primarily as an example of the automated data system at the McMath Solar Telescope. The principles of the magnetograph itself have been recently given in paper I (Livingston and Harvey, 1970), while the reduction and interpretation of data is covered in paper II (Harvey and Livingston, 1970).

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Livingston, W. and Harvey, J. 1970. “The Kitt Peak Magnetograph. IV. The Fiber-Optic Probe and Results on Weak Fields”, regular paper at IAU Symposium No. 43, “Solar Magnetic Fields”, Paris, August 31-September 4, 1970.
Livingston, W. and Harvey, J., 1970. “The Kitt Peak Magnetograph. I. Principles of the Instrument”, submitted to Solar Phys.
Harvey, J. and Livingston, W., 1970. “The Kitt Peak Magnetograph. II. Reduction and Interpretation of Data”, preprint.
Trumbo, D. E., 1969. “Installation Notes and User’s Guide For Digital Drive Oscillator”, KPNO Eng. Dept. Tech. Rept. No. 6.

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