Abstract

New designs for the FINESSE spectrometer (0.45-5 µm at a resolution of greater than 80 at f/6.5) are placed in context by reviewing history of unit magnification relays and spectrometers. The FINESSE star tracker and spectrometer use the same focal plane to improve stability.

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