JWST-MIRI spectrometer main optics design and main results

@inproceedings{Navarro2017JWSTMIRISM,
  title={JWST-MIRI spectrometer main optics design and main results},
  author={Ram{\'o}n Navarro and Ton Schoenmaker and Gabby Kroes and Ad Oudenhuysen and Rieks Jager and Lars Venema},
  booktitle={International Conference on Space Optics},
  year={2017}
}
  • Ramón Navarro, Ton Schoenmaker, +3 authors Lars Venema
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    2017
  • Computer Science, Engineering
  • MIRI ('Mid InfraRed Instrument') is the combined imager and integral field spectrometer for the 5-29 micron wavelength range under development for the James Webb Space Telescope JWST. The flight acceptance tests of the Spectrometer Main Optics flight models (SMO), part of the MIRI spectrometer, are completed in the summer of 2008 and the system is delivered to the MIRI-JWST consortium. The two SMO arms contain 14 mirrors and form the MIRI optical system together with 12 selectable gratings on… CONTINUE READING

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