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Two-dimensional Photographic Photometry of the Zodiacal Light from Spatial Observations

  • P.L. Lamy (a1), A. Llebaria (a1) and S. Koutchmy (a2)

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Preliminary results for the photometry of a photograph of the inner zodiacal light taken aboard Saliout 6 are reported. The Very Wide Field Camera to be flown aboard Spacelab 1 is described and the program of observations of the zodiacal light is presented.

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Two-dimensional Photographic Photometry of the Zodiacal Light from Spatial Observations

  • P.L. Lamy (a1), A. Llebaria (a1) and S. Koutchmy (a2)

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