1 December 1992 Solar infrared presensitization photography
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Abstract
Infrared presensitization photography (IRPP) is used to acquire images of the solar disk in the 1- to 2-μm regime. This is the first time IRPP has been employed at such short IR wavelengths, used against a thermal (instead of a laser) source, and applied to astronomy. The experiments demonstrate the feasibility of IRPP for solar imaging, but the image quality needs improvement for solar research
Joseph M. Geary, Douglas M. Rabin, "Solar infrared presensitization photography," Optical Engineering 31(12), (1 December 1992). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.60016
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