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Support of the balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph

Support of the balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph

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Published by Center for Space Science and Astrophysics, Stanford University, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Stanford, Calif, [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


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Other titlesSupport of the balloon borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph
StatementJ.G. Timothy, principal investigator
SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-177152
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14983371M

The second flight of the Sunrise balloon-borne solar observatory: overview of instrument updates, the flight, the data, and first results ApJS, (), p. Cited by: 3. A BALLOON BORNE INSTRUMENT FOR THE STUDY OF COSMIC X-RAYS P. C. AGRAWAL, V. S. IYENGAR, M. A. KALGAONKAR, A. P. KAMAT*, P. K. KUNTE, R. K. MANCHANDA and K.V. SRINIVASAN Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bombay-5, India Received 1 March Design features of a balloon borne instrument for the study of cosmic X-rays, are by: 8.

Stratospheric Infrared Planetary Spectrometer (SIPS) is a balloon-borne mission to conduct near-IR (~ – µm, nm spectral resolution) observations of airless bodies in our solar system to detect and characterize the IR absorption bands due to.   In a few days, a balloon-borne telescope sensitive to the polarization of high-energy “hard” X-rays will ascend to the edge of the atmosphere above Fort Sumner, N.M. Once aloft, the telescope.

Direct measurements of cosmic rays with balloon-borne detectors are used for understanding cosmic ray origin, acceleration and propagation, as well as exploring the supernova acceleration limit and searching for exotic sources such as dark matter. The energy reach of direct measurements is currently limited to. Abstract The Imaging Magnetograph eXperiment (IMaX) is a spectropolarimeter built by four institutions in Spain that flew on board the Sunrise balloon-borne solar observatory in June for almost six days over the Arctic Circle. As a polarimeter, IMaX uses fast polarization modulation (based on the use of two liquid crystal retarders), real.


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Get this from a library. Support of the balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph: final report. [J G Timothy; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

stellar space (e.g. Boksenberg et al., ). III. Support of the balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrograph book OF THE Mg II DOUBLET AT and A FROM THE BALLOON-BORNE ULTRAVIOLET STELLAR SPECTROMETER (BUSS) The emission of the Ca II doublet component at A, otherwise known as the Fraunhoffer K line, has been employed as a useful tool for studying the stellar chromospheres, e.g.

A description of the LPSP balloon-borne telescope — spectrograph combination is given. The payload comprises a one-axis stabilized platform carrying a two-axes equatorial pointing system; the instrumentation directed towards the Sun is a mm telescope coupled with an echelle spectrograph and a slit jaw camera.

The scientific objective of the experimental Cited by: 8. Near ultraviolet spectrograph for balloon platform Conference Paper (PDF Available) in Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.

The spectrum of Beta Lyrae from about to A taken with the Balloon-borne ultraviolet Stellar Spectrograph experiment in May at phase P is analyzed. Proc. SPIEInstrumentation in Astronomy I, pg 3 (1 September ); doi: / Abstract: The Imaging Magnetograph eXperiment (IMaX) is a spectropolarimeter built by four institutions in Spain that flew on board the Sunrise balloon-borne telesocope in June for almost six days over the Arctic Circle.

As a polarimeter IMaX uses fast polarization modulation (based on the use of two liquid crystal retarders), real-time image accumulation, and dual Cited by: Dumb Or Overly Forced Astronomical Acronyms Site (or DOOFAAS) Finally updated after a long backlog.

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This book was conceived to commemorate the continuing success of the guest observer program for the International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE) satellite observatory.

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Copernicus Bibliography. "High-resolution ultraviolet observations of interstellar lines toward Zeta Persei observed with the balloon-borne ultraviolet stellar spectrometer" ApJ S Snow, Theodore P., Jr.

et al. "Support for Joint Infrared and Copernicus X-ray Observations of Cygnus X-3" N   Balloon-borne telescope looks for cosmic gamma rays Date: August 8, Source: Kobe University Summary: Cosmic gamma rays can provide us with important insights into the high-energy phenomena in.

The Dutch were very active in astronomy, doing ultraviolet spectroscopy from a balloon- borne spectrograph launched, oddly enough, from Palestine, Texas.

Of course anyone who knows the dreary Dutch climate will understand why Dutch astronomers would spend their time under Texas : Red Wheel/Weiser. Guided by the science opportunities identified in the reports of the decadal survey’s five Science Frontiers Panels (Chapters 1 through 5 in this volume) and within the framework of current and in-process facilities and programs available to the astrophysics community, the panel formulated the program described below for electromagnetic space missions for the decade.

the development of a Balloon-Borne Three-Meter Telescope for Far-Infrared and Submillimeter Astronomy. It covers the period 1 March through 31 August The Three-Meter Balloon Borne Telescope is a joint program of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO), sity of Arizona and the University of Size: 1MB.

This chapter provides an overview of the design and principles of infrared, ultraviolet, X-ray, and gamma ray telescopes. The infrared astronomical ground observation is seriously limited by atmospheric thermal emissions.

To reduce the sky background noise, a chopping technique and special structural design are usually : Jingquan Cheng. The GRAINE (Gamma-Ray Astro-Imager with Nuclear Emulsion) collaboration aims to record high-energy cosmic gamma rays at a high-resolution using a balloon-borne nuclear emulsion telescope.

A balloon-borne, m, Czerny–Turner grating spectrometer has been designed and constructed at the University of Denver and has measured atmospheric transmittance in several spectral regions between 2 μ and 14 μ.

These data have been obtained on a series of eleven balloon flights at three geographic locations over a period of thirty by:. What is the abbreviation for Balloon-borne Experiment with Superconducting Spectrometer?

What does BESS stand for? BESS abbreviation stands for Balloon-borne Experiment with Superconducting Spectrometer.Combined Method for the Modal System Identification of the Balloon-Borne Imaging Testbed Lun Li1; Christopher John Damaren, Ph.D., 2; Luis Javier Romualdez3; Calvin Barth Netterfield, Ph.D.4; John Wesley Hartley5; Mathew Notman Galloway6; Richard James Massey, Ph.D.7; and Paul Clark, 8 Abstract: This paper presents a novel method for the modal system.

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