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System performance in IR atmospheric radiometry

Seeley, J. S., Hunneman, R. and Hawkins, G. J. (1990) System performance in IR atmospheric radiometry. In: Herrmann, R. (ed.) Optical Thin Films and Applications. SPIE Proceedings (1270). SPIE Press, Bellingham, WA, pp. 244-249. ISBN 9780819403179

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System aspects of filter radiometer optics used to sense planetary atmospheres are described. Thus the lenses, dichroic beamsplitters and filters in longwave channels of the Mars Observer PMIRR Pressure Modulator Infrared radiometer instrument are assessed individually, and as systems at 20.7µm, 31.9µm, 47.2µm wavelength. A window filter and a longwave calibration filter of the SCARAB earth observer instrument are assessed similarly.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Divisions:Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
ID Code:17782
Publisher:SPIE Press

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