12 July 1999 Infrared imaging spatial heterodyne spectrometer (IRISHS) experiment effort
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We present the Infrared Imaging Spatial Heterodyne Spectrometer (IRISHS) experiment. IRISHS is a new hyperspectral imaging spectrometer for remote sensing being developed by Los Alamos National Laboratory for use in identifying and assaying gases in the atmosphere when viewed against the Earth's background. The prototype instrument, which can operate between 8 and 11.5 micrometers (although the current IR camera operates from 8 - 9.5 micrometers), will be described. Imaging spatial heterodyne spectrometer technology is discussed in four companion papers also presented at this symposium.
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Bryan E. Laubscher, Bryan E. Laubscher, Barham W. Smith, Barham W. Smith, Bradly J. Cooke, Bradly J. Cooke, Peter C. LaDelfe, Peter C. LaDelfe, Ralph R. Berggren, Ralph R. Berggren, Pierre V. Villeneuve, Pierre V. Villeneuve, Roy M. Goeller, Roy M. Goeller, Greg M. Obbink, Greg M. Obbink, Scott Milligan, Scott Milligan, James W. Howard, James W. Howard, Paul R. Norton, Paul R. Norton, Mark Stegall, Mark Stegall, Charley B. Burgett, Charley B. Burgett, John M. Harlander, John M. Harlander, Richard F. Horton, Richard F. Horton, } "Infrared imaging spatial heterodyne spectrometer (IRISHS) experiment effort", Proc. SPIE 3701, Infrared Imaging Systems: Design, Analysis, Modeling, and Testing X, (12 July 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.352970; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.352970
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