The Infrared Solar Spectrum Measured by the SOLSPEC Spectrometer Onboard the International Space Station

@inproceedings{Thuillier2015TheIS,
  title={The Infrared Solar Spectrum Measured by the SOLSPEC Spectrometer Onboard the International Space Station},
  author={G. Thuillier and Jerry W. Harder and Alexander J. Shapiro and Thomas N Woods and J Perrin and Mary Michelle Snow and Timofei Sukhodolov and andW. Schmutz and James M. Perrin},
  year={2015}
}
A solar spectrum extending from EUV to the near infrared (IR) is an important input for solar physics, climate research, and atmospheric physics. Ultraviolet measurements have been conducted since the beginning of the space age but measurements throughout the contiguous visible and infrared regions are much more sparse. Ageing is a key problem throughout the entire spectral domain, but the majority of the effort to understand degradation has concentrated on the ultraviolet spectral region and… CONTINUE READING
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