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Thickness of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer Above Dome A, Antarctica, during 2009
 

Summary: Thickness of the Atmospheric Boundary Layer Above Dome A,
Antarctica, during 2009
C. S. BONNER,1
M. C. B. ASHLEY,1
X. CUI,2
L. FENG,3
X. GONG,2
J. S. LAWRENCE,1,4,5
D. M. LUONG-VAN,1
Z. SHANG,6
J. W. V. STOREY,1
L. WANG,3,7
H. YANG,8
J. YANG,3
X. ZHOU,9
AND Z. ZHU
3
Received 2010 May 8; accepted 2010 July 7; published 2010 August 5
ABSTRACT. The domes, or local elevation maxima, on the Antarctic plateau provide a unique opportunity for
ground-based astronomy in that the turbulent boundary layer is so thin that a telescope on a small tower can be in the

  

Source: Ashley, Michael C. B. - School of Physics, University of New South Wales

 

Collections: Physics