The La Silla SCIDAR Long Term Monitoring
Example of Autocorrelation of the scintillation pattern (2D, upper left, 1D cut along binary axis upper right) and resulting profile (lower left) obtained on a binary of separation 8.2" at 40 degree from Zenith. The SCIDAR is used in generalized mode, conjugated at 960m below the 1m telescope pupil level. The lower right graph shows a profile degraded to the resolution of a single star profiler (MASS: Multi Aperture Scintillation Sensor)
A 2 second movie made of 20 sequences representing 4mn of atmospheric life on July 28, 2002 with a binary of separation 5.7", conjugated at 2.9km below telescope pupil (more movies).