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Title: Ground Testing of the Wide Field/Planetary Camers-II or
Authors: Gallagher, D. B.
Beckert, J. C.
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Citation: Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
Abstract: The Wide Field/Planetary Camera-II (WF/PC-II) is a scientific instrument that was installed on the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) in December of 1993. The camera replaced WF/PC-I (also built by JPL) and was designed to correct for the spherical aberration that is present on the Primary Mirror of HST.
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