Standardization with infrared array photometers
A brief introduction is given concerning the recent and rapid increase in the use of solid-state infrared imaging devices for photometry at infrared wavelengths. Parallels are drawn with optical CCD photometry and some of the problem areas are discussed.
KeywordsPoint Spread Function Globular Cluster Galactic Centre Infrared Wavelength Indium Antimonide
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