Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photo-polarimeter Experiment
(1990s ultraviolet space telescope used on two Shuttle Shuttle missions)
The Wisconsin Ultraviolet Photo-polarimeter Experiment
was a 50 cm ultraviolet (UV) telescope
developed at the University of Wisconsin,
that was used during two Space Shuttle science missions,
Astro-1 in 1990 and Astro-2 in 1995.
It was used to check out the polarization
of a number of UV sources.
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