Abstract

The equipment and procedures used in preparing more than 15,240 m of 16-mm time lapse movies of atmospheric clouds is described. Such photographic records are of great value in establishing a dynamic cloud census of a specific area. Operational techniques, the support diagrams, and the optimum time intervals in use for different types of records are presented.

© 1970 Optical Society of America

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