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The first ever high-resolution gamma-ray image above 1 MeV produced with the coded mask technique during the calibration of INTEGRAL's spectrometer SPI

The first ever high-resolution gamma-ray image above 1 MeV produced with the coded mask technique during the calibration of INTEGRAL's spectrometer SPI


Copyright: CESR, Toulouse

This image was obtained during the INTEGRAL SPI calibration campaign in April 2001. The calibration was carried out on the night of 18-19 April using a sodium-24 source. This image of a simulated star-like source produced with the coded mask technique is the first of its kind with such a high angular resolution (less than 2 degrees) and was obtained at 2.75 MeV. Credit: CESR, Toulouse.
Last Update: 1 September 2019
20-Jan-2021 19:38 UT

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