Abstract

A real–time Fourier computer has been designed and tested as part of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory’s program of airborne infrared astronomy using Fourier spectroscopy. The value and versatility of this device are demonstrated with specific examples of laboratory and in-flight applications.

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