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Philippe and the first solar Balloon UV experiments
5 juin 1783
Magnesium II(h) line 2803 Å Carbon I line 1993,65 Å
Étalonnage lampe UVS Philips n° Calibration
Miroir Quartz nu avec micromamelonnage de 3 à 5 microns. Les points brillants sont des poussières.
Spectres: arc au charbon / lampe Hg UVS Osram
Rocket instrument and balloon instrument (RM Bonnet) rocket balloon
Altitude = f (transmission)
Magnesium II(h) line 2803 Å
Å Transmission through the stratosphere calculated while in flight with diatomic oxygen and ozone as the absorbers at 39 km altitude and 42° of Sun elevation.
Carbon I line 1993,65 Å
1967 times series 140 s apart Mg II h line
Instrument n° 2
Philippes Thesis 1971
NO! He is saluting his beloved Star. Its an ancient custom used by old astronomers to see if our Sun is coronal or not. Is Philippe really making a salutation to his experiment ?
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