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27 September 1979 German Infra Red Laboratory (Girl)-Liquid Helium-Cooled Infrared Observatory For Spacelab
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Proceedings Volume 0183, Space Optics II; (1979) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957394
Event: 1979 Huntsville Technical Symposium, 1979, Huntsville, United States
Abstract
The 40cm - telescope is equiped with an it camera, a photometer - polarimeter, an Ebert - Fastie - spectrometer, a Michelson - interferometer and a Fabry - Perot - Etalon. These focal plane instruments, covering the wavelength region between 3 and 500/μm, are under development at different institutes in Germany. Numerous observations and experiments are planned in the fields of astronomy, atmospheric physics and helium II physics. The hardware phase of the project started in November 1978, with MBB, Dornier and Linde as industrial contractors. The first flight is scheduled for the D 4 - Mission in 1983/84.
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Dietrich Lemke, Gustav Klipping, Michael Grewing, Helge Trinks, Siegfried Drapatz, and Klaus Proetel "German Infra Red Laboratory (Girl)-Liquid Helium-Cooled Infrared Observatory For Spacelab", Proc. SPIE 0183, Space Optics II, (27 September 1979); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957394
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