Achieving a spectropolarimetric precision better than 0.1% in the near-infrared with WIRC+Pol

@inproceedings{Tinyanont2019AchievingAS,
  title={Achieving a spectropolarimetric precision better than 0.1% in the near-infrared with WIRC+Pol},
  author={S. Tinyanont and M. Millar-Blanchaer and N. Jovanovic and D. Mawet and G. Vasisht and J. Milburn and E. Serabyn and Michael Porter and Skyler Palatnick and Connor Hopkins},
  booktitle={Optical Engineering + Applications},
  year={2019}
}
  • S. Tinyanont, M. Millar-Blanchaer, +7 authors Connor Hopkins
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    Optical Engineering…
    2019
  • Physics, Engineering
  • WIRC+Pol is a near-infrared low-resolution spectropolarimeter on the 200-inch Telescope at Palomar Observatory. The instrument utilizes a polarization grating to perform polarimetric beam splitting and spectral dispersion simultaneously. It can operate either with a focal plane slit to reduce sky background or in a slitless mode. Four different spectra sampling four linear polarization angles are recorded in the focal plane, allowing the instrument to measure all linear polarization states in… CONTINUE READING
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