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1 October 1993 Testing and characterization of the short-wavelength spectrometer for Infrared Space Observatory
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Results of the ground test and characterization program show that the performance of the SWS is well within its specifications. The procedures for ground testing and calibration are tuned to achieve commonality with in-orbit procedures. This strategy optimizes the development of data analysis procedures and allows a fast in-orbit check-out and update of the calibration.
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Edwin A. Valentijn, Douwe A. Beintema, A. J. Boonstra, M. Glas, Mattheus WM de Graauw, S. van der Lei, Willem Luinge, J. Wensink, Klaas J. Wildeman, C. van Dijkhuizen, R. van der Linden, Lothar Barl, Helmut Feuchtgruber, Leo N. K. Haser, Reinhard O. Katterloher, Dieter Lutz, and M. Steinmayer "Testing and characterization of the short-wavelength spectrometer for Infrared Space Observatory", Proc. SPIE 2019, Infrared Spaceborne Remote Sensing, (1 October 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.157852; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.157852
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