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Fig. 1. Block diagram of experimental apparatus. The dividing prism, in turn, divides the image into two parts. The edge of the prism follows the diurnal motion of the celestial sphere, and the process is scanned about the hour circle. The telescope drive error is less with this type of optical system. The luminous fluxes reflected from the faces of the prism are aimed by Fabry lenses 9 and 10 at the cathodes of two photomultipliers 11 and 12. The photomultiplier signals go through cathode followers 13 and 14 and amplifiers 15 and 16 to a balanced circuit 17.

Vol. 4 (1966). E. M. Feigel'son, Izv. Akad. , No. 10 (1958). E. M. Feigel'son, M. S. Malkevich, S. Ya. Kogan, T. D. Koronatova, K. S. Glazova, and M. A. Kuznetsova, Calculation of the Brightness of Light in the Case of Anisotropic Scattering, Part 1, Consultants Bureau, New York (1960). V. S. Atroshenko, E. M. Feigel'son, K. S. Glazova, and M. S. Malkevich, Calculation of the Brightness of Light in the Case of Anisotropic Scattering, Part 2, Consultants Bureau, New York (1963). C. W. Allen, Astrophysical Quantities, 2nd edition, Oxford University Press ,New York (1963).

Vol. 125, p. 601 (1957). R. L. Gregory, Nature, Vol. 203, No. 4942, p. 274 (1964). ELIMINATING MULTIPLE SCATTERING AND REFLECTION OF LIGHT FROM THE UNDERLYING SURFACE FROM THE SCATTERING INDICATRIX E. V. Pyaskovskaya-Fesenkova As is well known, the optical properties of the atmosphere are primarily characterized by two values: optical thickness and light scattering indicatrix. The former value characterizes the total light attenuation in the atmosphere while the latter describes the attenuation due only to scattering and gives information about the luminous fluxes scattered in different directions.

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