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3 November 1980 Aspects Of Dynamically Aligned Fourier Transform Spectrometer Operation At Cryogenic Temperatures
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A cryogenically-cooled multi-detector Fourier transform spectrometer has been constructed to measure minor stratospheric constituents via high resolution earth limb emission spectroscopy from a balloon-borne platform . The instrument consists of a standard Bomem model DA2.02 dynamically aligned interferometer but with special vacuum and cryogenic motion and optical interfaces so that transducers remain at ambient temperature while the inter-ferometer operates at low temperature.
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H. L. Buijs and D. Laporte "Aspects Of Dynamically Aligned Fourier Transform Spectrometer Operation At Cryogenic Temperatures", Proc. SPIE 0245, Cryogenically Cooled Sensor Technology, (3 November 1980); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959332
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