3 edition of Survey of material for an infrared-opaque coating found in the catalog.
Survey of material for an infrared-opaque coating
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Sheldon M. Smith and Richard V. Howitt.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 88204.|
|Contributions||Howitt, Richard V., Ames Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Infrared Sky Surveys. NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Price, Stephan D. A retrospective is given on infrared sky surveys from Thomas Edison’s proposal in the lat. Survey of Material for an Infrared-Opaque Coating. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Smith, Sheldon M.; Howitt, Richard V. More than 40 reflectance spectra in the r.
CHAPTER 37 BLACK SURFACES FOR OPTICAL SYSTEMS Stephen M. Pompea Pompea and Associates Tucson, Arizona and Steward Obsery atory Uniy ersity of Arizona Tucson, Arizona Robert P. Breault Breault Research Organization, Inc. Tucson, Arizona INTRODUCTION Optical instruments and telescopes rely on black baffle and vane surfaces to minimize the effect of stray light on overall . About one-third of the way through the book, you may lose sight of the book’s goal (or may think I’ve lost sight of that goal). So, what follows is an overall summary of the different parts, modules, and processes throughout the book and how they all fit together.
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SURVEY OF MATERIAL FOR AN INFRARED-OPAQUE COATING Sheldon M. Smith NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California Richard V. Howitt. Teletrac Inc., Goleta, California ABSTRACT More than 40 reflectance spectra in the range from 20 to ~m have beenFile Size: KB.
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Survey Of Material For An Infrared-Opaque Coating Sheldon M. Smith ; Richard V. Howitt Proc. SPIEInfrared, Adaptive, and Synthetic Aperture Optical Systems, pg 53 (13 October ); doi: / Some of the titles are: Generating, grinding, and figuring advanced optical elements; Survey of material for an infrared-opaque coating; Parametric study of various synthetic aperture telescope.
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But I got busy with the UCAR conference, publishing a slide show, and other things. But this morning, über volunteer Don Kostuch sent me a note on his latest survey in Titusville, FL near Cape Canaveral and KSC.