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A Decade of Linear and Circular Polarimetry with the POLISH2 Polarimeter

@inproceedings{Wiktorowicz2022ADO,
  title={A Decade of Linear and Circular Polarimetry with the POLISH2 Polarimeter},
  author={Sloane J. Wiktorowicz and Aga Słowikowska and Larissa Nofi and Nicole Rider and Angie Wolfgang and Ninos Hermis and Daniel Jontof-Hutter and Amanda J. Bayless and Gary M. Cole and Kirk B. Crawford and Valeri V. Tsarev and Michael C Owens and Ernest G. Jaramillo and Geoffrey A. Maul and James R. Graham and Maxwell A. Millar-Blanchaer and Kimberly Bott and Jon C. Mauerhan},
  year={2022}
}
The POLISH2 optical polarimeter has been in operation at the Lick Observatory 3-m Shane telescope since 2011, and it was commissioned at the Gemini North 8-m in 2016. This instrument primarily targets exoplanets, asteroids, and the Crab pulsar, but it has also been used for a wide variety of planetary, galactic, and supernova science. POLISH2’s photoelastic modulators, employed instead of rotating waveplates or ferro-electric liquid crystal modulators, offer the unprecedented ability to achieve… 

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