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A B STR ACT Portions of the Moon were observed by the Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photopolarimeter Experiment (WUPPE) on 1995 March 12, 14 and 17, and represent the first ultraviolet (UV) spectropolarimetric observations of the Moon. The polarimetric observations confirm that a change in the dominant scattering process occurs in the UV, changing from volume(More)
We report on new data, including four vacuum ultraviolet spectropolarimetric observations by the Wisconsin Ultraviolet PhotoPolarimeter Experiment (”WUPPE”) on the Astro-1 and Astro-2 shuttle missions, and 15 new visible-wavelength observations obtained by the HPOL CCD spectropolarimeter at the Pine Bluff Observatory of the University of Wisconsin. This(More)
The Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photo Polarimeter Experiment (WUPPE) ew twice as part of NASA's Astro Spacelab missions in 1990 December and 1995 March. A systematic survey of the interstellar polarization in the ultraviolet was one of the main projects on both ights. The program was carefully crafted to 1) sample the galactic plane as uniformly as practicable,(More)
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