Results from the South Pole Infrared Explorer Telescope


The SPIREX telescope, located at the Amundsen–Scott South Pole Station, was a prototype system developed to exploit the excellent conditions for IR observing at the South Pole. Observations over two winter seasons achieved remarkably deep, high-resolution, wide-field images in the 3–5 µm wavelength regime. Centre. Images were obtained of lines at 2.42 µm H… (More)


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