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To standardize the obtained photographs, a device was created for proj ecting a step-wedge image onto the input photocathode of the system (the photocathode to the image converter). Figure 2 shows curves representing the characteristic of the entire channel (image converter - television system-photographic film). It can be seen that negative blackening is a linear function of the logarithm of the incident-light intensity in a threefold brightness range. ), it is desirable to use the same feed optics.
Allen, Astrophysical Quantities, 2nd edition, Oxford University Press ,New York (1963). E. V. Pyaskovskaya-Fesenkova, "Light scattering and polarization in the earth's atmosphere," Conference materials, Trudy Astrofiz. Inst. Akad. Nauk Kazakh SSR, Vol. 3 (1962) • 48 10. 11. PYASKOVSKAYA-FESENKOVA V. G. Fesenkov, Astron. , Vol. 3 (1933). V. E. Pavlov, "Study of astroclimate and optical properties of the atmosphere in Kazakhstan," Trudy Astrofiz. inst. Akad. Nauk Kazakh SSR, Vol. 4 (1963). SHORT METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF ATMOSPHERIC TRANSMISSION COEFFICIENTS G.
Amplitude (J'i ::: 0 on the star trail or a change in the sign of ui' be called event k. The number of these events is represented by a sequence of points k 1 , k2 , ••• ,kn, corresponding to the specific times of occurrence of the event. f, ~z \ p I \ \ \ I I \-J I I I I I \ I \I II 1 0 ---- ---- Fig. 2. Formation of star vibration "trail" as inclination of plane Q changes. 28 Sh. P. DARCHIYA AND N. P. ESIKOV An important characteristic of event k is the length distribution of the random time interval Dot between two adjacent events.