Temporal Constancy of Zodiacal Light

@article{Sparrow1973TemporalCO,
  title={Temporal Constancy of Zodiacal Light},
  author={J. G. Sparrow and Edward P. Ney},
  journal={Science},
  year={1973},
  volume={181},
  pages={438 - 440}
}
Measurements over a 4-year period from the satellite OSO-5 have failed to show any temporal variations in the surface brightness and polarization of zodiacal light. 
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