High energy, optical, and infrared detectors for astronomy IV

27-30 June 2010, San Diego, California United States by Andrew D. Holland

Publisher: SPIE in Bellingham, Wash

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • X-ray astronomy,
  • Infrared detectors,
  • Instruments,
  • Astronomical instruments,
  • Charge coupled devices,
  • Congresses,
  • Imaging systems in astronomy,
  • Optical detectors

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and author index.

StatementAndrew D. Holland, David A. Dorn, editors ; sponsored by SPIE ; cooperating organizations, American Astronomical Society (San Diego, California United States) ... [et al.].
SeriesProceedings of SPIE -- v. 7742, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 7742.
ContributionsSPIE (Society)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC373.O59 H544 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24888504M
ISBN 100819482323
ISBN 109780819482327
LC Control Number2011377573
OCLC/WorldCa662578230

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Subdivisions. A traditional division of observational astronomy is based on the region of the electromagnetic spectrum observed. Optical astronomy is the part of astronomy that uses optical instruments (mirrors, lenses, and solid-state detectors) to observe light from near-infrared to near-ultraviolet wavelengths. Visible-light astronomy, using wavelengths detectable with the human eyes.   T3 - Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. BT - High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy V. T2 - High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy V. Y2 - 1 July through 4 July ER -. note = "High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy VII ; Conference date: Through ", TY - GEN T1 - Characterizing persistence in JWST NIRCam flight detectors. item 4 High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy VI [Proceedings of SP 3 - High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy VI [Proceedings of SP $ +$ shipping.

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Proceedings of SPIE, Washington, USA: SPIE. Proc. SPIEHigh Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy IV, (20 July ); doi: / Read Abstract + The meter New Solar Telescope (NST) is currently the world's largest aperture solar telescope. The more notable and widely used infrared detectors can be divided into three basic classes which are indicative of the primary effect produced by the photon-detector interaction, i.e., thermal, photoconductive, photo­ voltaic, and photoemissive.

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Xiaofeng Gao. Software/ High energy Analysis at UK Astronomy Technology Ctr. SPIE Involvement: Author Publications (20). In astronomy, large FOV and miniaturization with good resolution can only be achieved by curving the focal plane; the difficulty is to curve in a hemispherical shape large detectors.

The advantages are highlighted by the European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT) project. The readout noise of a H2RG HgCdTe NIR detector from Teledyne is measured at a temperature T=K. It is shown that a Fowler mode with n = allows to reach a noise of e (single read).

A description of the power spectrum in terms of 3 parameters reproduces the variation of the noise as a function the number of Fowler samples, as well as. Abstract.

Many detectors, optical CCDs and IR arrays, are currently in operation onboard ESO instruments at the La Silla Paranal Observatory. A unified scheme for optical detector characterization has been adopted since several years in La Silla, and it is used by the Science Operation team to monitor the 18 CCDs belonging to the eight instruments operated by ESO at the Observatory.

Infrared astronomy is the branch of astronomy and astrophysics that studies astronomical objects visible in infrared (IR) radiation. The wavelength of infrared light ranges from to micrometers. Infrared falls in between visible radiation, which ranges from to nanometers, and submillimeter waves.

Infrared astronomy began in the s, a few decades after the discovery of. The traditional design of optical systems is severely complicated by the curved shape of the image surface which has to be recorded on a planar retina. This constraint decreases the image quality; optical elements are then added to avoid aberrations and lead to increase the dimensions of the system.

However, miniaturization could be achieved, without decreasing resolution and sensibility, by. Get this from a library. High energy, optical, and infrared detectors for astronomy V: JulyAmsterdam, Netherlands. [Andrew D Holland; James W Beletic;].

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Keywords: detectors,optical,infrared,quantumefficiency,noise 1. The role of detectors in astronomy Astronomy is a vibrant science, with significant new discoveries about the universe being made every year. Fueling these scientific breakthroughs are technological advances in many areas, from the new generation of meter   Get this from a library.

High energy, optical, and infrared detectors for astronomy II: May,Orlando, Florida, USA. [David A Dorn; Andrew D Holland; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; American Astronomical Society.;]. New progress in electron-injection detectors for NIR imagers with low noise and high frame rates Mohsen Rezaei, Min Su Park, Skylar Wheaton, Chee Leong Tan, Vala Fathipour, Olivier Guyon, Melville P Ulmer *, Hooman Mohseni.

Optical Astronomy: Detectors. Rosa Poggiani. Pages Optical Photometry. Rosa Poggiani. Pages Optical Spectroscopy. Rosa Poggiani.

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Conference on High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy IV; JUN. With an estimated energy resolution of 40 ± 5 meV (rms), this device has comparable energy sensitivity to world leading optical and near-IR TESs but with a volume that is much larger due to its low-T c (see Table III).

It has immediate use as a photon detector in optical haloscope applications. Raytheon Vision Systems (RVS) arrays are being deployed world-wide in ground based and space based platforms. RVS has a family of high performance visible through far infrared detector arrays for astronomy and civil space applications.

Unique and off-the-shelf product lines are readily available to the community. Large sensor chip assemblies using various detector materials like Si PIN, HgCdTe. Mohsen Rezaei, Min Su Park, Skylar Wheaton, Chee Leong Tan, Vala Fathipour, Olivier Guyon, Melville P.

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Y2 - 1 July through 4 July ER. Iwert O and Delabre B The challenge of highly curved monolithic imaging detectors High Energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors for Astronomy IV vol p Crossref Google Scholar Export references: BibTeX RIS.The Medium Energy X-ray telescope (ME) is one of the three main telescopes on board the Insight hard X-ray modulation telescope (Insight-HXMT) astronomy satellite.

ME contains pixels of Si-PIN detectors sensitive in keV with a total geometrical area of cm 2. The application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) chip. time for a detection of an energy flux density of 10 −11 (10 12) erg cm−2 s 1 at GeV (1 TeV).

With this performance the Crab Nebula can be detected at Zenith in ∼ 30 s. For comparison, the detection required ∼ 50 hr. 2. Science with high energy gamma-ray astronomy The two main fields of very high energy (VHE) γ-ray astronomy.