The EUVE Observatory
The Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE), a NASA explorer class satellite mission, was launched on June 7 1992 and it operated till January 31 2001. EUVE is entirely dedicated to observations in the wavelength range from 70 to 760 Å. The first phase of the mission (six months) was dedicated to an all-sky survey using the imaging instruments. The second phase instead is dedicated to pointed observations with mainly the spectroscopic instruments.
Mission CharacteristicsLifetime : June 7, 1992 - January 31, 2001
Energy Range : 70-760 Å
Special Features : First dedicated extreme ultraviolet mission
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