21 August 1998 Cambridge OH suppression instrument (COHSI): status after first commissioning run
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COHSI was successfully commissioned at the United Kingdom IR Telescope on Mauna Kea during a seven night observing run which coincided with this conference. Here we briefly describe the instrument and give a preliminary report on its performance at this time. The suppression optics and masks worked extremely well and the instrument background was found to be very low.
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Kimberly A. Ennico, Kimberly A. Ennico, Ian Robert Parry, Ian Robert Parry, Matthew A. Kenworthy, Matthew A. Kenworthy, Richard S. Ellis, Richard S. Ellis, Craig D. Mackay, Craig D. Mackay, Martin G. Beckett, Martin G. Beckett, Alfonso Aragon-Salamanca, Alfonso Aragon-Salamanca, Karl Glazebrook, Karl Glazebrook, J. Brinchmann, J. Brinchmann, Jim M. Pritchard, Jim M. Pritchard, Steve R. Medlen, Steve R. Medlen, Francois Piche, Francois Piche, Richard G. McMahon, Richard G. McMahon, Fausto Cortecchia, Fausto Cortecchia, } "Cambridge OH suppression instrument (COHSI): status after first commissioning run", Proc. SPIE 3354, Infrared Astronomical Instrumentation, (21 August 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.317329; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.317329

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