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Problems of Solar and Stellar Oscillations
A program to measure long-period brightness oscillations at the solar limb has been pursued at Sacramento Peak Observatory for several years. Past improvements in observing technique and data analysis are reviewed. The encouraging results aid in the verification of the reality and the origin of oscillatory signals. However, the main stumbling block to this and other observational programs is the length of observing sequences imposed by the day/night cycle. The South Pole has receiveddoi:10.1007/978-94-009-7088-5_5 fatcat:4wifyizwprckpexeflzbribira