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Intensified High Definition TV Near-UV Spectrograph (NUV)

Status

Operated By: 
PI

NUV measures near-UV emissions of N2+ and CN molecules from air plasma and ablation products.

This instrument consists of an intensified high definition TV camera equipped with a transmission grating with 600 grooves per mm, blazed at 550 nm, made by Jobin Yvon. The camera has a blue sensitive 1-inch 2M-pixel FIT CCD, which has a resolution of 1150 TV lines. A 50 mm f1.0 lens provides a large 37 x 21 degree field of view. No coaligned camera is needed.

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Point(s) of Contact: 
Shinsuke Abe (POC; PI)