17 October 1997 PHARO (Palomar high-angular-resolution observer): a dedicated NIR camera for the Palomar adaptive optics system
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We describe Corneirs NIR camera system for the Hale 200” telescope adaptive optics system at Palomar Observatory. The instrument is under construction at this time, and we expect first light at the telescope in December 1997. Here we summarize the camera’s design as well as its expected performance.
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Bernhard Rainer Brandl, Bernhard Rainer Brandl, Thomas L. Hayward, Thomas L. Hayward, James R. Houck, James R. Houck, George E. Gull, George E. Gull, Bruce Pirger, Bruce Pirger, Justin Schoenwald, Justin Schoenwald, } "PHARO (Palomar high-angular-resolution observer): a dedicated NIR camera for the Palomar adaptive optics system", Proc. SPIE 3126, Adaptive Optics and Applications, (17 October 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.279059; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.279059
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