Degradation Free Spectrometers

A new sounding rocket is ready to launch on 14 July, 2014 from White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. This mission is used to measure the irradiance (total energy output). Leonid Didkovsky given a statement about the mission “Data observations from previous missions have provided significantly improved measurements of irradiance easily”. He is the principal investigator for the mission in University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

Degradation Free Spectrometers experiment helps to find the total energy of the extreme ultraviolet light coming from sun. This experiment was developed by Didkovasky and his team. two new instruments, one is called Optics-Free Spectrometer is used to detect the sun’s photons another one Dual Grating Spectrometer is used to separate the visible light from the extreme ultraviolet light with two stable.

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