20 October 1993 Construction of the Keck long-wavelength infrared camera
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In March, 1988 the Science Steering Committee of the California Association for Research in Astronomy selected four instruments which were to be built by the time the Keck Telescope received first light. A long wavelength infrared camera was one of the instruments chosen and is described here. The camera was divided into two parts, (1) the detector, the optics and the dewar; (2) the electronics and the computers.
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John F. Arens, John F. Arens, J. Garrett Jernigan, J. Garrett Jernigan, John H. Lacy, John H. Lacy, } "Construction of the Keck long-wavelength infrared camera", Proc. SPIE 1946, Infrared Detectors and Instrumentation, (20 October 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.158699; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.158699
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