Design And Operation Of The Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope
The Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope (HUT) was flown aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia for 9 days in December 1990 and the Space Shuttler Endeavour for 17 days in March 1995. Spectrophotometric observations of numerous astronomical sources were made throughout the far ultraviolet (912-1850 angstrom) at a resolution of approx. 3 angstrom, and for some sources, in the extreme ultraviolet (415-912 angstrom) at a resolution of approx. 1.5 angstrom. Overall, significant results were obtained.
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Article; Proceedings Paper
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Durrance, Samuel T., "Design And Operation Of The Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope" (2000). Scopus Export 2000s. 1279.