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Main Title The AIS : a spectrograph/imager ensemble for space flight /
Author Viereck, Rodney A.,
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Viereck, R. A.
Publisher Geophysics Laboratory, United States Air Force,
Year Published 1990
Report Number GL TR 90-158; ADA 227009
OCLC Number 318995942
Subjects Spectrograph. ; Astronomical instruments. ; Space vehicles--Optical equipment. ; Space shuttles. ; Geophysics.
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EKBD  AFGL-TR-90-0158 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 03/22/1991
Collation v, 56 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
"17 May 1990." ADA227009 (from Other authors listed on title page: D.J. Knecht, A.L. Broadfoot, B. Sandel. Space Physics Division Project S321, 7601. Research supported by the Geophysics Laboratory, United States Air Force, Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts. Includes bibliographical references (page 35).
Contents Notes
This report describes an instrument, the Arizona Imager/Spectrograph (AIS), developed for the Geophysics Laboratory by the University of Arizona for use on the space shuttle. The instrument is a combination of spectrographs and imagers intended for the study of optical emissions in the vicinity of spacecraft. It includes nine spectrographs, which cover the spectral range from 115 to 1100 nm, with spectral resolutions ranging from 0.5 nm at short wavelengths to 1.3 nm at long wavelengths, and twelve imagers which ahve narrow, medium, and wide fields of view and optical bandpass filters to select particular wavelengths. The images and spectra are focused onto intensified CCD's. The design of this instrument is discussed and examples of test data are presented. Keywords: Spectrographs; Imagers; Space shuttles; Space flight. (RH).