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  1. At Canadice Lake in upper New York State on the evening of August 13, 1958.
  2. W. Fawcett, Nature 37, 224 (1888).
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  3. H. Siedentopf and F. Wisshak, Optik 3, 430 (1948).

1948 (1)

H. Siedentopf and F. Wisshak, Optik 3, 430 (1948).

1888 (1)

W. Fawcett, Nature 37, 224 (1888).
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Fawcett, W.

W. Fawcett, Nature 37, 224 (1888).
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Siedentopf, H.

H. Siedentopf and F. Wisshak, Optik 3, 430 (1948).

Wisshak, F.

H. Siedentopf and F. Wisshak, Optik 3, 430 (1948).

Nature (1)

W. Fawcett, Nature 37, 224 (1888).
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Optik (1)

H. Siedentopf and F. Wisshak, Optik 3, 430 (1948).

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At Canadice Lake in upper New York State on the evening of August 13, 1958.

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F. 1
F. 1

Arrangement for studying turbulence. (a) Side elevation of equipment with which observer O can view on a screen the shadows formed by atmospheric inhomogeneities. Light from the mercury arc is focused on screen S by the lens L. Shutter F is used when a photographic film is substituted for the screen S to make a record. (b) Top view of equipment for forming a stereoscopic image on screen S1S2. Shadows of inhomogeneities within the shaded region will be seen stereoscopically.

F. 2
F. 2

Print of negative made by placing film at S in Fig. 1(a).

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X = D [ d 2 / ( d 1 + d 2 ) ] .
X = 7000 ( 20 / 90 ) = 1560 ft .