1 April 1983 Infrared Camera For Ten Micrometer Astronomy
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We describe an infrared imaging photometer employing a monolithic 32 X 32 pixel bismuth doped silicon charge injection device array. The device is primarily useful in the 8 to 13 karl atmospheric window. The detector is sufficiently sensitive to provide good performance on ground-based telescopes and promises to be very good for low background space flight operation.
John F. Arens, John F. Arens, Gerald M. Lamb, Gerald M. Lamb, Michael C. Peck, Michael C. Peck, } "Infrared Camera For Ten Micrometer Astronomy," Optical Engineering 22(2), 222267 (1 April 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973095 . Submission:
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