Python is located at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station in Antartica. It consists of a single
bolometer on a 75 cm telescope, operating at a frequency of 90 GHz with a 0.75° FWHM beam. Three
seasons of observations have already been analysed (Python I , Python II  and Python III ).
The Python results can be separated into two distinct bins in space (one centred at and the
other at ). The results for these two bins are and respectively.
Python IV and V data have already been taken and the analysis should be published very shortly. Details of
the IVth season can be found in Kovac et al. (1997) .