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Application of solar SCIDAR technique to measuring wind velocity

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We extend our solar SCIDAR technique to measuring wind velocities on turbulent layers. We apply our technique to data observed with the 60 cm domeless solar telescope at the Hida Observatory in Japan, and confirm that notable peaks corresponding to wind flows appear on a temporal-correlation plane.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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