28 July 2000 FIRST-SPIRE spectrometer: a novel imaging FTS for the submillimeter
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Abstract
The SPIRE instrument for the FIRST mission will consist of a three band imaging submillimeter photometer and a two band imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer (FTS) optimized for the 200 - 400 micrometers range, and with extended coverage out to 670 micrometers . The FTS will be used for follow-up spectroscopic studies of objects detected in photometric surveys by SPIRE and other facilities, and to perform medium resolving power (R approximately 500 at 250 micrometers ) imaging spectroscopy on galactic and nearby extra-galactic sources.
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Bruce Miles Swinyard, Bruce Miles Swinyard, Peter A. R. Ade, Peter A. R. Ade, Matthew J. Griffin, Matthew J. Griffin, Kjetil Dohlen, Kjetil Dohlen, Jean-Paul Baluteau, Jean-Paul Baluteau, Dominque Pouliquen, Dominque Pouliquen, Diddier Ferand, Diddier Ferand, Pascal Dargent, Pascal Dargent, Guy Michel, Guy Michel, Jerome Martignac, Jerome Martignac, Louis Rodriguez, Louis Rodriguez, Donald E. Jennings, Donald E. Jennings, Martin E. Caldwell, Martin E. Caldwell, Anthony G. Richards, Anthony G. Richards, Peter A. Hamilton, Peter A. Hamilton, David A. Naylor, David A. Naylor, } "FIRST-SPIRE spectrometer: a novel imaging FTS for the submillimeter", Proc. SPIE 4013, UV, Optical, and IR Space Telescopes and Instruments, (28 July 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.393967; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.393967
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