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Far-Infrared Astronomy with the CO N+ Deuterium Observations Receiver (CONDOR)

  • C. Kramer, S. Aalto, R. Simon, M.C. Wiedner (a1), F. Bielau (a1), M. Emprechtinger (a1), O. Ricken (a1), N. Volgenau (a1), G. Wieching (a1), U.U. Graf (a1), C.E. Honingh (a1), K. Jacobs (a1) and J. Stutzki (a1)...

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The CO N+ Deuterium Observations Receiver (CONDOR) is one of the very few heterodyne receivers operational between 1.25 and 1.53 THz. It has successfully obtained first-light observations on APEX and is currently being modified to fly as the low frequency channel of GREAT on SOFIA.

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Far-Infrared Astronomy with the CO N+ Deuterium Observations Receiver (CONDOR)

  • C. Kramer, S. Aalto, R. Simon, M.C. Wiedner (a1), F. Bielau (a1), M. Emprechtinger (a1), O. Ricken (a1), N. Volgenau (a1), G. Wieching (a1), U.U. Graf (a1), C.E. Honingh (a1), K. Jacobs (a1) and J. Stutzki (a1)...

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