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Instrumentation plans for 1024×1024 HgCdTe detector arrays at the University of Hawaii

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The U.S. Air Force Phillips Laboratory will build the 3.63 m Advanced Electro Optical System (AEOS) telescope on Haleakala, Maui. The Institute for Astronomy will participate in this project and will develop astronomical instruments optimized for using the AEOS telescope in survey projects. As part of this instrument development program 1024×1024 HgCdTe near-infrared detector arrays will be developed at the Rockwell International Science Center.

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Hodapp, K.-. Instrumentation plans for 1024×1024 HgCdTe detector arrays at the University of Hawaii. Exp Astron 3, 251–253 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00430172

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  • Telescopes
  • Infrared Instruments
  • Infrared Detector Arrays