Flux calibration of broad-band far-infrared and submillimetre photometric instruments: theory and application to Herschel-SPIRE

@article{Griffin2013FluxCO,
  title={Flux calibration of broad-band far-infrared and submillimetre photometric instruments: theory and application to Herschel-SPIRE},
  author={M. Griffin and C. North and B. Schulz and A. Amaral-Rogers and G. Bendo and J. Bock and L. Conversi and A. Conley and C. D. Dowell and M. Ferlet and J. Glenn and T. Lim and C. Pearson and M. Pohlen and B. Sibthorpe and L. Spencer and B. Swinyard and I. Valtchanov},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={434},
  pages={992-1004}
}
  • M. Griffin, C. North, +15 authors I. Valtchanov
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
  • Photometric instruments operating at far-infrared to millimetre wavelengths often have broad spectral passbands (λ/Δλ ∼ 3 or less), especially those operating in space. A broad passband can result in significant variation of the beam profile and aperture efficiency across the passband, effects which thus far have not generally been taken into account in the flux calibration of such instruments. With absolute calibration uncertainties associated with the brightness of primary calibration… CONTINUE READING
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