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Star Seen Through Atmosphere

[height-field graph of visual intensity.  Natural Seeing side has a collection of small bumps.  AO side has a single sharp spike.]
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The stellar images were taken by James R. Graham (UCB) with IRCAL on the Lick Observatory 3m.

Last Modified: Nov 20, 2002 

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