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A HAWAII-2RG infrared camera operated under fast readout mode for solar polarimetry

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A HAWAII-2RG infrared camera operated under fast readout mode for solar polarimetry
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Earth Planets and Space, November 2020
DOI 10.1186/s40623-020-01318-8
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Yoichiro Hanaoka, Yukio Katsukawa, Satoshi Morita, Yukiko Kamata, Noriyoshi Ishizuka

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