Kiruna all-sky camera
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About the all- sky camera
The all-sky camera exposes one image per minute of the firmament to monitor auroral activity and other phenomenae. The circle thus corresponds to the firmament, from horison to horison. This type of measurements has been carried out at IRF since 1956. Global networks of all-sky cameras started during the International Gephysical Year 1957.
PI: Urban Brändström
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