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The Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrograph
Author(s): J. D. F. Bartoe; F. Bartoe; G. E. Brueckner; J. D. Purcell; R. Tousey
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Paper Abstract

The Otraviolet solar radiation from 1000Å up to the atmospheric cutoff at 3000A is of great interest to solar physics. In order to record this spectral region in a form most advantageous to solar physics, the NRL Extreme Ultraviolet Spectrograph was designed with several major goals in mind. Among these were: the most complete spectral coverage possible, and the highest spectral, spatial, and temporal resolution possible. The total spectral coverage of this instrument is about 1000Å to 4000Å, which provides an overlap with ground based observations.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 September 1974
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 0044, Instrumentation in Astronomy II, (1 September 1974); doi: 10.1117/12.953939
Show Author Affiliations
J. D. F. Bartoe, Naval Research Laboratory (United States)
F. Bartoe, Naval Research Laboratory (United States)
G. E. Brueckner, Naval Research Laboratory (United States)
J. D. Purcell, Naval Research Laboratory (United States)
R. Tousey, Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0044:
Instrumentation in Astronomy II
Lewis Larmore; Donald H. Menzel; David Crawford, Editor(s)

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