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13 October 1986 Optical Layouts For A 1-5 Micron Filter Photometer Using A 2D Array
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Guidelines for specifying instrument magnifications and image quality are derived to aid in evaluating optical layouts that are suitable for a proposed 1-5 micron filter photometer using a 2D array. The instrument is required to have a wide range of discrete magnifications and to be usable at the Cassegrain focus of three Kitt Peak telescopes. Two optical layouts, both lens-mirror hybrids, are described and their optical properties are compared.
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F. E. Stuart and J. E. Simmons "Optical Layouts For A 1-5 Micron Filter Photometer Using A 2D Array", Proc. SPIE 0627, Instrumentation in Astronomy VI, (13 October 1986); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.968123
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