1 June 1976 An Infrared Spectrophotometer for Studying Airglow
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Abstract
An infrared spectrophotometer is described for observation of airglow. Ranges 1.26. to 1.28u and 1.55u to 1.62u are scanned. The simple rugged design facilitated installation in Concorde 001 on its flight along the path of totality during the total eclipse of 1973.
W. J. Bates, W. J. Bates, N. A. Player, N. A. Player, J. G. Roberts, J. G. Roberts, } "An Infrared Spectrophotometer for Studying Airglow," Optical Engineering 15(3), 153255 (1 June 1976). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7971961 . Submission:
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