An instrument to measure the solar spectrum from 170 to 3200 nm on board Spacelab
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This instrument, at the present time in development, will fly on board Spacelab I in May 1983. Other flights are foreseen during the following missions. This instrument is composed by three double monochromators covering the range 170 to 3200 nm. The spectrometers have band-passes of 1 nm up to 900 nm and 20 nm from 850 to 3200 nm with an accuracy 10-2 nm. Calibration lamps are included in the instrument to monitor any change of its sensitivity and wavelength scale.
CitationThuillier, G.; Simon, P.C.; Labs, D.; Pastiels, R.; Neckel, H. (1981). An instrument to measure the solar spectrum from 170 to 3200 nm on board Spacelab. , Solar Physics, Vol. 74, Issue 2, 531-537, DOI: 10.1007/BF00154536.