16 - 21 June 2024
Yokohama, Japan
Conference 13093 > Paper 13093-7
Paper 13093-7

All-reflective spatial heterodyne spectroscopy: extending high sensitivity velocity resolved measurements into the EUV and the utilization of a novel grating design for simultaneous detection of discrete passbands

16 June 2024 • 10:50 - 11:10 Japan Standard Time | Room G414/415, North - 4F

Abstract

The Spatial Heterodyne Extreme Ultra-Violet Interferometer (SHEUVI) is an instrument developed through the NASA PICASSO program. We present experimental results from the SHEUVI instrument; provide a brief overview and the historical evolution of ARSHS; describe how precipitous results from the SHEUVI effort inspired the instrument design for the recently selected NASA - Astrophysics Research and Analysis (APRA) VUV rocket program; and, discuss how this project has also influenced current design work for future SmallSat/CubeSat mission opportunities.

Presenter

Jason B. Corliss
The Univ. of Arizona (United States)
Dr. Corliss attained his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 2011 and currently a Research Scientist and Experimental R&D Engineer.at the University of Arizona-Lunar & Planetary Lab (2013). He successfully pioneered the first-generation all-reflective common-path spatial heterodyne interferometer (ARSHS) as part of his Ph.D. work and has since designed, fabricated and implemented many variations of ARSHS throughout his career. He considered a leading expert in ARSHS interferometry and its technical advancement. Dr. Corliss is the principal investigator of two current NASA programs implementing ARSHS technology: The Spatial Heterodyne Extreme Ultra-Violet Interferometer (SHEUVI), NASA’s PICASSO program and also, SHIMCO, a recently selected NASA - Astrophysics Research and Analysis (APRA) rocket program, targeting H2 in the VUV (140-160 nm). He is also currently assisting, and proudly part of, the ASPERA team; a NASA Pioneers mission (PI: Carlos Vargas)
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The Univ. of Arizona (United States)
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