Near Infrared Camera of Cananea (CANICA)

The near infrared camera is an instrument designed to obtain images of celestial objects in the near infrared, in the J (1.25 microns), H (1.63 microns) and K (2.12 microns) bands; and in some atomic and molecular transitions. Its spatial resolution is of 0.32 arcseconds with a field of view of 5x5 arcminutes.

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