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Line absorption effect on opacity and main sequence model stars noting luminosity, radius and mass of convective core
Comment: Review presented at the Millenium Conference on Galaxy Morphology (D. Block, I. Puerari, A. Stockton, dW. Ferreira Eds), Johannesburg, South Africa. 18 pages, 4 figures (fig3 is provided in gif to cut on size, should be converted to postscript). Includes the kluwer style files
ISOCAM, the camera on-board ISO, takes images of the sky in the wavelength range 2.5 to 18μm. It features two independent channels, containing each a 32x32 pixel detector: the short wavelength channel, 2.5 to 5.5μm, and the long wavelength channel, 4 to 18μm. Each channel features 10 or 11 discrete band pass filters and CVFs with a resolution better than 35. Each channel is fitted with a set of lenses, which reimage the focal plane of the telescope on the array, yielding a pixel field of view of 1.5, 3, 6 or 12arcsec. Throughout the development cycle, ISOCAM has been carefully calibrated, first at component level and next at instrument level. The detectors have been thoroughly tested, including exposure to gamma rays and to fast protons and nuclei. The in-flight performance of ISOCAM matches all the expectations: for instance at 15μm a...
Comment: 26 pages, 22 figures, aa.cls style, accepted for publication in Astronomy and Astrophysics
Comment: 5 pages, 2 figures, Astron. & Astrophys. Letter, in press
A short outline is given of the Infrared Space Observatory Camera (ISOCAM), one of the 4 instruments onboard the Infrared Space Observatory (ISO), with the current status of its two 32x32 arrays, an InSb charge injection device (CID) and a Si:Ga direct read-out (DRO), and the results of the in orbit radiation simulation with gamma ray sources. A tentative technique for the evaluation of the flat fielding accuracy is also proposed.
Comment: 4 pages, 3 figures. To appear in the Proceedings of the XIXth Rencontres de Moriond, `Building the Galaxies: from the Primordial Universe to the Present', p. 79, 1999 eds F. Hammer, T.X.T. Thuan, V. Cayatte, B. Guiderdoni and J. Tran Than Van
Comment: 30 pages, version with improved references, to appear in Astronomy & Astrophysics
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