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Development of the Far-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph on KAISTSAT-4

  • Wonyong Han (a1), Kyoung Wook Min (a2), Jerry Edelstein (a3), Uk-Won Nam (a1), Jong-Ho Seon (a2), Kwang-Il Seon (a1), Jang-Hyun Park (a1), In-Soo Yuk (a1), Ho Jin (a1), Woo-Baik Lee (a1), Kyungin Kang (a2), Kwangsun Ryu (a2), Jin-Geun Rhee (a2), Dae-Hee Lee (a2), Eric Korpela (a3) and W. Van Dyke Dixon (a3)...

Abstract

The Far-ultraviolet IMaging Spectrograph (FIMS) is a small spectrograph optimized for the observations of diffuse hot interstellar medium in far-ultraviolet wavebands (900–1150Å and 1335–1750Å). The instrument is expected to be sensitive to emission line fluxes an order of magnitude fainter than any previous missions. FIMS is currently under development and is scheduled for launch in 2002.

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Bowyer, S., Edelstein, J., & Lampton, M. 1998, ApJ, 485, 523

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