An Automated Photometer

Boyd, Louise J. (1983) An Automated Photometer. I.A.P.P.P. Communications (9). pp. 16-34.


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The primary purpose of automating a photometer is to increase the quantity and quality of observations. The automated photometer can operate at least as fast as a human observer and can work tirelessly at night. In addition, the automation removes many systematic errors from the measurements. It leaves the observer free to reduce and study the data.

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