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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 2227

Cryogenic Optical Systems and Instruments VI
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Volume Number: 2227
Date Published: 23 June 1994
Softcover: 25 papers (244) pages
ISBN: 9780819415318

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Cryogenic holographic distortion testing
Author(s): David G. Michel
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Silicon carbide mirror cryogenic distortion testing
Author(s): David G. Michel
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Cryogenic and ambient testing of the Composite Infrared Spectrometer (CIRS) beryllium telescopes
Author(s): Patricia Ann Hayes; Julie A. Crooke; Brendon D. Perkins
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Design, fabrication, and testing of aluminum mirrors for the cold optics of the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC) infrared camera
Author(s): F. Javier Fuentes; Antonio Manescau; E. Cadavid; Vicente Sanchez de la Rosa
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Primary mirror controller with digital error correction
Author(s): John B. Thatcher; Robert R. Clappier; Ray Von Savoye
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LonGSp: a cooled grating infrared spectrometer
Author(s): Leonardo Vanzi; Sandro Gennari
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Infrared detector spectral responsivity calibration facility at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Author(s): Alan L. Migdall; George P. Eppeldauer; Christopher L. Cromer
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Optical effects of condensates on cryogenic mirrors for the Midcourse Space Experiment (MSX)
Author(s): O. Manuel Uy; Jeffrey C. Lesho; Bryan L. Seiber; Robert J. Bryson; Bob E. Wood
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Cryogenic servo-stabilized Fabry-Perot interferometers for the 3- to 5-um-wavelength region
Author(s): Newrick K. Reay; Krzysztof A.R.B. Pietraszewski
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Development of the SPIRIT III sensor
Author(s): Harry O. Ames; David A. Burt
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Development and testing of the Composite Infrared Spectrometer (CIRS) retroreflectors
Author(s): Patricia Ann Hayes; Donald E. Jennings; James J. Lyons
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Design fundamentals of rapid cool-down Joule-Thomson (JT) cryostats and sensors
Author(s): Glenn E. Bonney; David M. Stubbs
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Development of a Joule-Thomson cryocooler for space applications
Author(s): Robert Levenduski; Roger D. Scarlotti
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Application of a refrigerator/phase-change cooler to a space-based sensor
Author(s): Brian G. Williams; J. Clair Batty
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Precision temperature control of Stirling-cycle cryocoolers
Author(s): Robert R. Clappier; Robert J. Kline-Schoder
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Multi-axis vibration cancellation for Stirling cryocoolers
Author(s): Simon A. Collins; James D. Paduano; Andreas H. von Flotow
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Thermoelectric cooler for infrared detectors
Author(s): Francois Mongellaz; A. Fillot; R. Griot; J. De Lallee
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Temperature monitor and alarm for cryogenic instruments
Author(s): John B. Thatcher; Pat Keliher; Carlos Jeanpierre
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Cryogenic Limb Array Etalon Spectrometer (CLAES) cryostat on-orbit performance through mission completion
Author(s): Greg A. Bell; Lawrence G. Burriesci
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Cryogenic system for the Wide-Field Infrared Explorer (WIRE)
Author(s): David Murray; J. Clair Batty; Scott H. Schick
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Cooling SABER (Sounding of the Atmosphere Using Broadband Emission Radiometry): interface, performance, and design issues
Author(s): J. Clair Batty; Brian G. Williams; William W. Burt; William A. Roettker
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Development of hydrogen-filling techniques for the SPIRIT III cryostat
Author(s): Greg A. Bell; Scott H. Schick
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Low-gravity superfluid transfer can be done: the results of the Superfluid Helium On-Orbit Transfer (SHOOT) flight demonstration
Author(s): Michael J. DiPirro; Peter J. Shirron; James G. Tuttle
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Experimental design for the evaluation of high-temperature superconductive materials as electronic leads in cryogenic infrared detector sensors
Author(s): Kasey M. Lee; Elaine P. Scott
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