Abstract

The program of extreme ultraviolet solar spectroscopy, conducted from rockets by the Naval Research Laboratory, is described from its inception, in 1946, to the present. Included is a brief historical account of the gradual discovery in the laboratory of the ultraviolet and extreme ultraviolet.

© 1961 Optical Society of America

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