3 edition of Infrared imaging, spectroscopic, & photometric studies of comets found in the catalog.
Infrared imaging, spectroscopic, & photometric studies of comets
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Infrared imaging, spectroscopic, and photometric studies of comets.|
|Statement||Robert D. Gehrz, principal investigator.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- 207029., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-207029.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
We describe here photometric and spectroscopic studies of TNOs and the emerging results. 2. OBSERVATIONAL STRATEGY AND DATA REDUCTION TECHNIQUES Photometry Visible- and near-infrared (NIR)-wavelength CCDs with broad-band filters operating in the range of to µm provide the basic set of observations on most objects dis-. SPIRE SPIRE (Spectral and Photometric Imaging Receiver) is one of three cryogenic focal plane instruments to fly on Herschel. Its main scientific goals are the investigation of the statistics and physics of galaxy and structure formation in the early universe and the study of the earliest stages of star formation, when the protostar is still coupled to the interstellar medium (Figure 5).
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We have continued our program of infrared (IR) photometric, imaging, spectroscopic, and polarimetric temporal observations of comets to study the properties of comet dust and comet : Robert D.
Gehrz. Get this from a library. Infrared imaging, spectroscopic, & photometric studies of comets: final report, NASA/NAGW [Robert D Gehrz; United States. We have continued our program of infrared (IR) photometric, imaging, spectroscopic, and polarimetric temporal observations of comets to study the properties of comet Infrared imaging and comet : Robert D.
Gehrz. This database, the largest single body of infrared photometric data for any comet, spans a wavelength range from to 23 μm and describes the activity of P/Halley at heliocentric distances from. The importance of IR observations in comet research was clearly demonstrated during the recent apparition of Comet 1P/Halley ( III), when extensive temporal IR photometric, imaging, and spectroscopic coverage was obtained (see Hanner, Cited by: 7.
The infrared spectral region (1– μ m) is important for studies of both molecules and solid grains in comets. Infrared astronomy is in the midst of a technological & photometric studies of comets book, with the. The presence of the strong UIR features in the mid-infrared spectra of comets is quite rare; such features have never been observed in previous studies.
Therefore, the origin of comet 21P/G-Z seems to be unusual. As demonstrated by near-infrared spectroscopy (DiSanti et al., ), simple organic molecules, such as C 2 H 6 and CH 3 OH, that are. Emis- sion studies of comets in the UV (spacebased) and IR have nearly always been conducted using spectroscopic detectors, because the permanently installed filters are seldom useful for cometary studies (in the UV) or gas emission features are relatively weak.
We present visible and near-infrared photometric and spectroscopic observations of interstellar comet 2I/Borisov taken from September 10 to November 03 using the GROWTH collaboration, the Apache Point Observatory ARC m and the NASA/IRTF m combined with post and pre-discovery observations of 2I obtained by the Zwicky Transient Facility from March 17 to.
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We report our photometric and spectroscopic follow-up observations of the superoutbursts of three dwarf novae (DNe; GWAC A, GWAC A, and GWAC A) identified independently by the Ground Wide-angle Cameras system, one of the ground-based instruments of the China–France SVOM mission.
Based on a combination of our photometry and. imaging and spectroscopy can be carried out through Target of Opportunity observations by the NAOC m telescope (Fan et al.
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Cite this entry as: () Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging. In: Roberts G.C.K. (eds) Encyclopedia of Biophysics. Abstract The infrared spectral region (1– µ m) is important for studies of both molecules and solid grains in comets. Infrared astronomy is in the midst of a technological revolution, with the development of sensitive 2-dimensional arrays leading to infrared cameras and spectrometers with vastly improved sensitivity and resolution.
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Manoj Puravankara. TIFR, Mumbai. Context. The study of distant comets, which are active at large heliocentric distances, is important for better understanding of their physical properties and mechanisms of long-lasting activity. Aims. We analyze the dust environment of the distant comet C/ A4.
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