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1 January 1992 Design and test of a high-resolution EUV spectroheliometer
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The HiRES High-Resolution EUV Spectroheliometer is a sounding rocket instrument yielding very high spatial, spectral, and temporal resolution images of the solar outer atmosphere, on the basis of a 45-cm Gregorian telescope feeding a normal-incidence stigmatic EUV spectrometer with imaging multianode microchannel-array detector system, as well as an IR spectrometer with imaging CCD detector system. Attention is given to the expected performance of this system, including the effects of vibrational misalignments due to the sounding rocket flight environment.
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Thomas E. Berger, J. Gethyn Timothy, Arthur B. C. Walker II, Helen Kirby, Jeffrey S. Morgan, Surendra K. Jain, Ajay Kumar Saxena, Jagadish C. Bhattacharyya, Martin H.C. Huber, Giuseppe Tondello, and Giampiero Naletto "Design and test of a high-resolution EUV spectroheliometer", Proc. SPIE 1546, Multilayer and Grazing Incidence X-Ray/EUV Optics, (1 January 1992);

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