Le Verre Fluoré projects:
IR fiber technology, helping to understand the Universe

 

Since 1985, Le Verre Fluoré has been involved in the most innovative astronomical projects, which require working to the most rigorous specifications for mid-IR transmission. Le Verre Fluoré is proud to be contributing to the understanding of the Universe through the provision of its IR fiber  technology.

Projects involving Le Verre Fluoré IR fiber technology include AVIRIS (Airborne Visible InfraRed Imaging Spectrometer), FLUOR (Fiber Linked Unit for Optical Recombination), OHANA (Optical Hawaiian Array for Nanoradian Astronomy), GRAVITY (second-generation very large telescope instrument for precision narrow-angle astrometry and interferometric imaging), ExoMars (Exobiology on Mars), and SPIRou (Near-Infrared Spectropolarimeter for the 3.6 m Canada France Hawaii Telescope).

  • Gravity

    GRAVITY: IR fiber technology for investigating black holes.   Black holes are exceptionally dense objects with such strong gravitational pull Read More
  • Exomars

    EXOMARS: fiber optic temperature sensor technology for investigating Mars.   During the entry of the EXOMARS Entry & Descent Module Read More
  • Spirou

    SPIRou: ZBLAN and IR fiber technology for the Canada-France-Hawaii-Telescope.   SPIROU is a near infrared spectropolarimeter and high precision velocimeter, Read More
  • Ohana

    OHANA: Optical Hawaiian Array for Nanoradian Astronomy.   Soon online...               Read More
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