Antarctic Astronomy: From Infrared to Millimeter Wave

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The dry cold tenuous and stable air above the Antarctic plateau provides superb conditions for the conduct of many classes of as astronomical observations. We review the rationale for undertaking photon astronomy from Antarctica and the disciplines where telescopes are now operating at the Amundsen Scott South Pole Station.
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Burton, Michael
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1997
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