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1994PASP..106...94T - Publ. Astron. Soc. Pac., 106, 94 (1994/January-0)

GRIS : the grating infrared spectrometer.

THOMPSON R.I., EPPS H.W., WINTERS G., WOMACK W. and MENTZELL E.

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The Grating Infrared Spectrometer (GRIS) is an echelle grating, prism cross dispersed, spectrometer designed for the 2.3 m Steward Observtory telescope. The cross dispersed format utilizes a NICMOS 3 HgCdTe detector array for observations in the 0.86-2.5 micron spectral region. An echelle grating, ruled on both sides, provides resolutions of 3449 and 9439 per slit width respectively. Rotation of the grating achieves several functions: 1/2 pixel spectrum stepping for full Nyquist sampling, a change in the wavelength regions falling on the detector, and the means for changing grating sides.

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