The Visible Solar Spectral Irradiance from 350 to 850 nm as Measured by the SOLSPEC Spectrometer during the ATLAS I Mission
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The SOLSPEC instrument has been built to carry out solar spectral irradiance measurements from 200 to 3000 nm. It consists of three spectrometers designed to measure the solar spectral irradiance in ultraviolet, visible, and infrared domains. It flew with the ATLAS I mission in March 1992. This paper is dedicated to the visible part of the solar spectrum. Comparisons with recent data are shown and differences below 450 nm are discussed.
CitationThuillier, G.; Hersé, M.; Simon, P.C.; Labs, D.; Mandel, H.; Gillotay, D.; Foujols, T (1998). The Visible Solar Spectral Irradiance from 350 to 850 nm as Measured by the SOLSPEC Spectrometer during the ATLAS I Mission. (Pap, J.M., Ed.), Solar Electromagnetic Radiation Study for Solar Cycle 22: Proceedings of the SOLERS22 Workshop, Sunspot, New Mexico, USA, June 17-21, 1996, 41-61,