CARA Science: IRPS
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The Infrared Photometer/Spectrometer (IRPS) was in operation
from 1993-1996. It was designed to measure the sky brightness at
1-5 microns with a single-element InSb detector, broadband filters,
and a low-resolution CVF spectrometer.
- Phillips, A., Burton, M.G., Ashley, M.C.B., Storey, J.W.V., Lloyd, J.P.,
Harper, D.A., & Bally, J. 1999, ApJ, submitted, "The Near-Infrared
Sky Emission at the South Pole in Winter".
- Some IRPS sky brightness results can be found on
the SPIREX results page.
For more information
The group has a website at
IRPS is based at the University of New South Wales, Australia, as
part of JACARA,
the Joint Australian Center for Astrophysical Research in Antarctica.
For more information, contact Michael Burton,