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Author (up) Goltsman, Gregory N. url  openurl
  Title Development and applications of terahertz hot electron bolometers Type Abstract
  Year 2021 Publication 1st Moscow Int. Conf. on Submillimeter and Millimeter Astronomy: Objectives and Instruments Abbreviated Journal 1st Moscow Int. Conf. on Submillimeter and Millimeter Astronomy: Objectives and Instruments  
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  Abstract The development of techniques and technologies for the deposition of ultrathin superconducting films, the creation of superconducting structures on a nanometer scale is the basis of significant progress in the field of superconducting receiving systems. Ultrathin NbN films are the basis for a wide range of record-breaking hot electron devices: direct and heterodyne terahertz detectors. Terahertz receivers are especially in demand in high-resolution spectroscopy for astronomical, atmospheric, and medical research. HEB receivers are widely used in terahertz radio astronomy. For example, the Dutch SRON Institute is preparing a project for the GUSTO hot air balloon telescope with a HEB mixer array at 1.4 THz and 1.9 THz. A 5-meter Chinese terahertz telescope DATE5 with HEB mixers at 1.4 THz is installed at the South Pole. The Stratospheric Observatory (SOFIA) uses HEB mixer matrices in the GREAT instrument operating in the 1.2 – 4.7 THz range. It is planned to implement the international project Origins Space Telescope (OST) in the far infrared region based on HEB receivers. The Japanese project Smiles-2 will allow measurements at 1.8 THz in the upper layers of the stratosphere and mesosphere. The development of the Millimetron space observatory continues in Russia.  
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  Area Expedition Conference First Moscow International Conference on Submillimeter and Millimeter Astronomy: Objectives and Instruments, Astro Space Center, Moscow, 12-16 April 2021, id. 2  
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