16 August 2000 Masking techniques at the focal plane of the FORS instruments
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The FORS instruments are focal reducers and spectrographs which are built in two copies for the unit telescopes UT1 and UT2 of the ESO/VLT by a consortium of University Observatories. An overview of the instrument capabilities is given in a separate paper at this conference.
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Harald Schink, Harald Schink, Harald E. Nicklas, Harald E. Nicklas, Reiner Harke, Reiner Harke, Reinhold Haefner, Reinhold Haefner, Hans-Joachim Hess, Hans-Joachim Hess, Wolfgang Hummel, Wolfgang Hummel, Karl-Heinz Mantel, Karl-Heinz Mantel, Wolfgang Meisl, Wolfgang Meisl, Bernard Muschielok, Bernard Muschielok, Karl Tarantik, Karl Tarantik, Walter Seifert, Walter Seifert, } "Masking techniques at the focal plane of the FORS instruments", Proc. SPIE 4008, Optical and IR Telescope Instrumentation and Detectors, (16 August 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.395470; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.395470
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