16 August 2000 SWIR at the Nordic Optical Telescope: NOTCam
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We describe the Nordic Optical Telescope's facility short- wavelength IR instrument, NOTCam. The instrument will be capable of wide-field and high-resolution imaging, long-slit and multi-object grism spectroscopy, coronography, and imaging-and spectro-polarimetry. First light will be in mid- 2000. Current progress is summarized and some problems we have encountered and overcome are discussed.
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Timothy M. C. Abbott, Timothy M. C. Abbott, Colin Aspin, Colin Aspin, Anton Norup Sorensen, Anton Norup Sorensen, Preben Norregaard, Preben Norregaard, Johannes Andersen, Johannes Andersen, Michael I. Andersen, Michael I. Andersen, Nicole S. van der Bliek, Nicole S. van der Bliek, Jacob Wang Clasen, Jacob Wang Clasen, Graham C. Cox, Graham C. Cox, Jens Klougart, Jens Klougart, Hans Larsen, Hans Larsen, Niels Michaelsen, Niels Michaelsen, Benjamin Noel, Benjamin Noel, Goran Olofsson, Goran Olofsson, Carlos Perez, Carlos Perez, Hugo E. Schwarz, Hugo E. Schwarz, } "SWIR at the Nordic Optical Telescope: NOTCam", Proc. SPIE 4008, Optical and IR Telescope Instrumentation and Detectors, (16 August 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.395528; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.395528


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