30 September 2004 HAWK-I: A new wide-field 1- to 2.5-μm imager for the VLT
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HAWK-I (High Acuity, Wide field K-band Imaging) is a 0.9 μm - 2.5 μm wide field near infrared imager designed to sample the best images delivered over a large field of 7.5 arcmin x 7.5 arcmin. HAWK-I is a cryogenic instrument to be installed on one of the Very Large Telescope Nasmyth foci. It employs a catadioptric design and the focal plane is equipped with a mosaic of four HAWAII 2 RG arrays. Two filter wheels allow to insert broad band and narrow band filters. The instrument is designed to remain compatible with an adaptive secondary system under study for the VLT.
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Jean-Francois Pirard, Jean-Francois Pirard, Markus Kissler-Patig, Markus Kissler-Patig, Alan Moorwood, Alan Moorwood, Peter Biereichel, Peter Biereichel, Bernard Delabre, Bernard Delabre, Reinhold Dorn, Reinhold Dorn, Gert Finger, Gert Finger, Domingo Gojak, Domingo Gojak, Gotthard Huster, Gotthard Huster, Yves Jung, Yves Jung, Franz Koch, Franz Koch, Miska Le Louarn, Miska Le Louarn, Jean-Louis Lizon, Jean-Louis Lizon, Leander Mehrgan, Leander Mehrgan, Eszter Pozna, Eszter Pozna, Armin Silber, Armin Silber, Barbara Sokar, Barbara Sokar, Joerg Stegmeier, Joerg Stegmeier, "HAWK-I: A new wide-field 1- to 2.5-μm imager for the VLT", Proc. SPIE 5492, Ground-based Instrumentation for Astronomy, (30 September 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.578293; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.578293


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