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We also provide the top-level functional, optical, thermal, and operational results from the test.
We summarize the key technical issues encountered and the resolution of those issues. (United States) This paper describes the construction and application of an integrated optomechanical raytrace model used for optical analysis support of the “OTIS” cryo-vacuum test of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) test campaign.
The results of the OTIS test indicate that the payload should be fully capable of delivering on JWST’s exciting scientific potential. “OTIS” is the Optical Telescope Element (OTE) and Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM).
Optomechanical modeling of the optical telescope element and integrated science instrument module (OTIS) cryo-vacuum test for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) Paper 10698-5 Time: AM - AM Author(s): Ryan G. Four specific applications are described – 1) simulation of ambient over-lighting conditions from clean room luminaires and photogrammetry flashes, 2) PSF image motion predictions in the presence of auto-collimating flat (ACF) actuation, 3) science instrument field illumination (“shadowgrams”) checking for unexpected vignetting, and 4) pupil alignment simulations of the Near Infrared Imager and Slitless Spectrograph (NIRISS).
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The current estimated JWST performance metrics will be presented, such as the image quality, pointing stability, sensitivity, and stray light backgrounds.
The JWST development status and future plans will be described for the final testing, launch, and commissioning.
Irvin, Photon Engineering LLC (United States); Scott O. JWST’s near infrared spectrograph status and first OTIS test results Paper 10698-6 Time: AM - AM Author(s): Maurice te Plate, Stephan M. Rawle, Catarina Alves de Oliveira, Torsten Böker, Elena Puga, Nora Lützgendorf, Anthony Marston, European Space Agency (United States); Peter Rumler, Peter Jensen, Giovanna Giardino, Pierre Ferruit, European Space Agency (Netherlands); Ralf Ehrenwinkler, Peter Mosner, Hermann Karl, Martin Altenburg, Marc Maschmann, Airbus Defence and Space (Germany); Robert Rapp, Corbett Smith, NASA Goddard Space Flight Ctr.
(United States); Patrick Ogle, Maria Peña-Guerrero, Charles Proffitt, Space Telescope Science Institute (United States); Rai Wu, NASA Goddard Space Flight Ctr.
Feinberg, Mark Voyton, Juli Lander, NASA Goddard Space Flight Ctr. Scott Knight, Ball Aerospace (United States); Mark Waldman, Consultant (United States); Tony Whitman, Harris Corp.