6 June 1995 New low-cost absolute cryogenic radiometer for space black-body model calibration
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A new low-cost absolute cryogenic radiometer of the electrical substitution (ES) type optimized for performing black-body models calibration is described. Nitrogen is used as a cryogenic liquid for cooling of a radiometer receiving cavity up to temperature 80 K. This absolute ESR has been developed for measuring the irradiance in the range of 10-3 divided by 10-6 W/cm2 with the uncertainty of 0.1% for the upper level of irradiance range. The receiving cavity having 16 mm aperture, is fabricated from copper foil with thickness of 30 micrometers . A substitution winding of the receiving cavity is made of manganin wires. Measured heat conduction of the receiving cavity is 1.1 X 10-3 W/K. A single time constant of the receiving cavity is 80 sec. Brief description of the design, operating principles, and measurements results of the new cryogenic radiometer at nitrogen temperature are given.
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Svetlana P. Morozova, Svetlana P. Morozova, Boris E. Lisiansky, Boris E. Lisiansky, Pavel A. Morozov, Pavel A. Morozov, Victor I. Sapritsky, Victor I. Sapritsky, U. A. Melenevsky, U. A. Melenevsky, A. G. Petic, A. G. Petic, } "New low-cost absolute cryogenic radiometer for space black-body model calibration", Proc. SPIE 2475, Infrared Detectors and Instrumentation for Astronomy, (6 June 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.211277; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.211277
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