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Planned Observations of the Diffuse Sky Radiation During Shuttle Mission STS-4

  • J. L. Weinberg (a1), R. C. Hahn (a1), F. Giovane (a1) and D. W. Schuerman (a1)

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The Skylab flight spare 10-color photopolarimeter (Weinberg, et al., 1975; Sparrow, et al., 1977) is being refurbished for use in Space Shuttle mission STS-4, a test flight currently scheduled for October 1980. Observations will be made of zodiacal light, background starlight, and the Shuttle-induced atmosphere (spacecraft corona), with emphasis on regions of sky closer than 90° to the sun.

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Henize, K.G. and Weinberg, J.L.: 1973, Sky Telesc. 45, pp. 26.
Sparrow, J.G., Weinberg, J.L., and Hahn, R.C.: 1977, Applied Optics 16, pp. 978982.
Weinberg, J.L., Sparrow, J.G., and Hahn, R.C.: 1975, Space Sci. Instr. 1, pp. 407418.

Planned Observations of the Diffuse Sky Radiation During Shuttle Mission STS-4

  • J. L. Weinberg (a1), R. C. Hahn (a1), F. Giovane (a1) and D. W. Schuerman (a1)

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