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Scientific CCD Prospects for 1994 and Beyond

  • Paul R. Jorden (a1) and A. P. Oates (a1)

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We review the present status of CCD use at major observatories, discuss the various developments that are leading to improved sensors. The choice of devices is quite extensive, but far from stable! A look at progress over the last few years helps to put present and future developments in perspective. Several areas of active CCD development are presented and discussed.

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