The structure of the zebra telescope, the integration tests and the first calibration results

G. Villa, A. Bussini, F. Perotti, R. Santambrogio, A. Rampini, G. Di Cocco, R. C. Butler, E. Caroli, J. B. Stephen, A. Traci, A. Donati, P. Ubertini, C. La Padula, M. Mastropietro, R. Patriarca, A. J. Dean, A. J. Court, F. A. Younis, P. Maggioli, M. YearworthG. Graham

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Abstract

The ZEBRA telescope is a balloon borne low energy gamma ray instrument, sensitive in the photon energy range 0.2-10MeV. The main characteristics and components of the telescope are described, and its performance during laboratory calibration is discussed, after its integration with the flight electronics.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)25-30
Number of pages6
JournalIEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science
Volume34
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 1987

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    Villa, G., Bussini, A., Perotti, F., Santambrogio, R., Rampini, A., Di Cocco, G., Butler, R. C., Caroli, E., Stephen, J. B., Traci, A., Donati, A., Ubertini, P., La Padula, C., Mastropietro, M., Patriarca, R., Dean, A. J., Court, A. J., Younis, F. A., Maggioli, P., ... Graham, G. (1987). The structure of the zebra telescope, the integration tests and the first calibration results. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 34(1), 25-30. https://doi.org/10.1109/TNS.1987.4337295