Abstract

The design of an interference filter twin photometer suitable for the observation by rocket of the daytime magnetospheric cleft aurora at 2761 Å and 5200 Å is presented. The two-stage baffling system test and the absolute calibration procedure are described with some detail.

© 1976 Optical Society of America

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