Astronomical imaging with infrared array detectors

Ian Gatley, D. L. Depoy, A. M. Fowler

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History shows that progress in astronomy often stems directly from technological innovation and that each portion of the electromagnetic spectrum offers unique insights into the nature of the universe. Most recently, the widespread availability of infrared-sensitive two-dimensional array detectors has led to dramatic improvements in the capabilities of conventional ground-based observatories. The impact of this new technology on our understanding of a wide variety of phenomena is illustrated here by infrared pictures of star-forming regions, of nebulae produced by the late stages of stellar evolution, of the nucleus of our own galaxy (the Milky Way), and of activity in other galaxies.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1264-1270
Number of pages7
Issue number4883
StatePublished - 1988
Externally publishedYes

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