12 June 1995 Imaging telescope-spectrometer for infrared sky surveys
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Abstract
A new type of imaging telescope-spectrometer for surviving the sky aboard a satellite is described. A static Michelson interferometer in front of an objective with 2D-arrays in its focal plane is capable of providing interferograms both for point and extended sources. As an example, the telescope-spectrometer based on the 15-cm telescope of the IKON project and a plane-parallel Ge plate as a beamsplitter may have approximately equals 30 cm(superscript -1 spectral resolution in the range 3 - 20 micrometers . For higher resolution, such an objective interferometer has advantage over a dispersion spectrometer in the signal-to-noise ratio and is free from the disadvantage of an objective prism not providing spectra of extended sources.
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Igor V. Maslov, Igor V. Maslov, Gennadii B. Sholomitskii, Gennadii B. Sholomitskii, Arkadii E. Kuznetsov, Arkadii E. Kuznetsov, Michael A. Patrashin, Michael A. Patrashin, Leonid Sh. Olejnikov, Leonid Sh. Olejnikov, } "Imaging telescope-spectrometer for infrared sky surveys", Proc. SPIE 2480, Imaging Spectrometry, (12 June 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.210880; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.210880
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