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Ground-layer turbulence profiling using a lunar SHABAR
Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy
Profiling the ground layer turbulence for daytime seeing applications using an array of photodiodes has been documented in literature, in particular by Beckers who coined the term "SHABAR" for the instrument, short for Shadow Band Ranger. In this case the photodiodes measure the variation of solar intensity as a function of time and the correlation of scintillation between spatially separated scintillometers can be used to derive structure constant values for the lower 100m or so. More recentlydoi:10.1117/12.672640 fatcat:zjhdmli3v5cdznjghc3onosq7q