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Commission 25. Stellar Photometry and Polarimetry

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This triennium has in general not been one of spectacular new developments in photometric of polarimetric techniques; rather, existing techniques have been improved and are being exploited by more observatories than before. For this reason, the previous report (31.113.097) should be consulted for a broad survey of the subject, while the present has the character of a progress report.

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