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A method to detect the atmospheric turbulent layers using a single Shack–Hartmann wavefront sensor is discussed. In order to determine the height distribution of the atmospheric turbulence above a telescope, we register the wavefront distortions at different regions of the aperture from a single light solar object moving in time. Changes of the spatial position of the solar object on the sky give us the possibility to estimate the angular shift of an object. Cross-correlation analysis of thedoi:10.3390/atmos12020159 fatcat:4vwmjjjquzenthgsrs2azxhdh4