Technologies and science archives for ultraviolet astronomy

Noah Brosch*, Martin Barstow, Jose Chirivella

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

This paper summarizes 17 talks presented during the Technological sessions at the “Challenges in UV Astronomy” conference. It is based on summaries submitted by the presenters, on the slides of their talks, on notes written by the authors, and on additional material kindly submitted to the lead author. In many instances the summaries were written by the presenters themselves and are included as-submitted to the authors with just minor editorial interference. In other cases one of the editors wrote the summary based on their notes and on the files of the actual presentations. The contributions are placed in the general context of the current knowledge in the field. The sessions were devoted to: [a] detectors, [b] optics, [c] integration and verification procedures for vacuum UV instruments and [d] calibration and archival research. A cautionary note: this is not a regular article in these proceedings presenting one idea, an experiment, of a result. It is rather a distillation of what was presented at the NUVA/ESO/IAG meeting at the sessions deemed technological, therefore it will lack an overall coherence although the individual sections and subsections should be logically connected.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)125-141
Number of pages17
JournalAstrophysics and Space Science
Volume354
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 23 Oct 2014

Keywords

  • Archives
  • Detectors
  • Electronics
  • Optics
  • Space astronomy
  • Ultraviolet

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