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Installation of the J. L. Sersic Astronomical Observatory at 78° South

  • Pablo Recabarren (a1) (a2), Mirta Mosconi (a1), Diego García Lambas (a1) (a2), Juan Dellizzotti (a3), Sheiko Ozu (a3) (a4) and Julio Hutka (a3)...

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In 1994 December we installed a Celestron CG11 Telescope at Belgrano Base (previously called Belgrano II) for site seeing measurements and variable star observations. We describe the project, logistics, installation and working environment. We present the first quantitative observations of astronomical seeing conditions at Belgrano Base.

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Palazzi, R. 1987, Antártida y Archipiélagos Subantárticos, (Buenos Aires: Editorial Pleamar)
Recabarren, P., Calderón, H., Lombardo, M., & Ochoa, H. 1990, Actas Primera Conferencia Latinoamericana sobre Geofísica, Geodesia e Investigación Espacial Antárticas(Buenos Aires: Centro Latino-Americano de Fisica)
Recabarren, P., & Puerta, J. 1991, Proceedings XXI IAU General Assembly, Vol. 9, 583
Recabarren, P. & Mosconi, M. 1994, Proceedings XXII IAU General Assembly/XXIII Scientific Committee for Antarctic Research Meeting, in press

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