Title: Observing with the ISO Short-Wavelength Spectrometer
Authors: de Graauw, T ×
Haser, L.N.
Beintema, D.A.
van Agthoven, H.
Barl, L.
Bauer, O.H.
Bekenkamp, H.E.G
Boonstra, A.-J.
Boxhoorn, D.R.
Cote, J.
de Groene, P.
van Dijkhuizen, C.
Drapatz, S
Evers, J.
Feuchtgruber, H.
Frericks, M.
Genzel, R.
Haerendel, G.
Heras, A.M.
van der Hucht, K.A.
van der Hulst, T.
Huygen, R.
Jacobs, H.
Jacob, G.
Kamperman, T,
Katterloher, R.O.
Kester, D.J.
Kunze, D.
Kussendrager, D.
Lahuis, F.
Lamers, H.J.G.L.M
Leech, K.
van der Lei, S.
van der Linden R.
Luinge W.
Lutz D.
Melzner, F.
Morris, P.W.
van Nguyen, D.
Ploeger, G.
Price, S.
Salama, A.
Schaeidt, S.G.
Sym, N.
Smoorenburg, C.
Spakman, J.
Spoon, H.
Steinmayer, M.
Stoecker, J.
Valentijn, E.A.
Vandenbussche, Bart
Visser, H.
Waelkens, Christoffel
Waters, L.B.F.M.
Wensinck, J.
Wesselius, P.R.
Wiezorrek, E.
Wieprecht, E.
Wijnbergen, J.J.
Wildeman, K.J
Young, E. #
Issue Date: Nov-1996
Series Title: ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS vol:315 pages:L49-:54
Abstract: he Short-Wavelength Spectrometer (SWS) is one of the four instruments on-board ESA's Infrared Space Observatory (ISO), launched on November 17, 1995. The spectrometer covers the wavelength range of 2.38 to 4.2 mu m with a spectral resolution ranging from 1000 to 2000. By inserting Fabry-Perot filters the resolution can be enhanced by a factor 20 for the wavelength range from 11.4 to 44.5 mu m. An overview is given of the instrument, its in-orbit calibration, performance, observing modes and off-line processing software.
ISSN: 0004-6361
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
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