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1 July 1990 GRIM: a near-infrared grism spectrometer and imager
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This paper describes the near-infrared grism spectrometer and imager (GRIM) designed for use on the Astrophysical Research Consortium telescope. The GRIM system incorporates a wide range of imaging, spectroscopic, and polarimetric capabilities. Attention is given to the mechanical and optical layout of GRIM, the details of the optical design, and the basic components of the remote observing system.
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Mark Hereld, Bernard J. Rauscher, Doyal A. Harper, and Robert J. Pernic "GRIM: a near-infrared grism spectrometer and imager", Proc. SPIE 1235, Instrumentation in Astronomy VII, (1 July 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.19070
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