1 February 1983 Remote Ground-Based Observations Of Terrestrial Airglow Emissions And Thermospheric Dynamics At Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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The operation of an optical observatory with commands and instructions passed from the laboratory computer to the observatory computer via telecommunications has enabled us to routinely operate unattended at a remote site three sophisticated optical instruments. We report on the scientific and instrumental considerations, software development, and hardware decisions that made this achievement possible.
J. W. Meriwether, Jr., J. W. Meriwether, Jr., C. A. Tepley, C. A. Tepley, S. A. Price, S. A. Price, P. B. Hays, P. B. Hays, L. L. Cogger, L. L. Cogger, } "Remote Ground-Based Observations Of Terrestrial Airglow Emissions And Thermospheric Dynamics At Calgary, Alberta, Canada," Optical Engineering 22(1), 221128 (1 February 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973060 . Submission:
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