1 October 1993 Development of ISOCAM: the camera of the Infrared Space Observatory
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ISOCAM, the camera of the Infrared Space Observatory, will image the sky at various angular and spectral resolutions in the wavelength range 2.5 to 17 microns. We recall the main steps of the development, leading to the delivery of the flight model to ESA, and we outline some of the scientific programs to which it will be applied.
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Catherine J. Cesarsky, Catherine J. Cesarsky, Jean-Francois Bonnal, Jean-Francois Bonnal, Olivier Boulade, Olivier Boulade, Jacky B. Cretolle, Jacky B. Cretolle, Daniele Imbault, Daniele Imbault, Jacques Lapegue, Jacques Lapegue, Yvon Rio, Yvon Rio, Laurent G. Vigroux, Laurent G. Vigroux, Francois Sibille, Francois Sibille, Gerard Epstein, Gerard Epstein, Francois Lacombe, Francois Lacombe, Pascal Puget, Pascal Puget, Daniel Rouan, Daniel Rouan, Olivier Saint-Pe, Olivier Saint-Pe, Didier Tiphene, Didier Tiphene, Diego A. Cesarsky, Diego A. Cesarsky, Michel Perault, Michel Perault, John K. Davies, John K. Davies, Terry Purkins, Terry Purkins, H. Lennart Nordh, H. Lennart Nordh, Goran Olofsson, Goran Olofsson, Giulio Ventura, Giulio Ventura, } "Development of ISOCAM: the camera of the Infrared Space Observatory", Proc. SPIE 2019, Infrared Spaceborne Remote Sensing, (1 October 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.157850; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.157850


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