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The Structure of the ZEBRA Telescope, the Integration Tests and the First Calibration Results

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21 Author(s)
G. Villa ; Istituto di Fisica Cosmica - C. N. R. - Mlilano - Italy ; A. Bussini ; F. Perotti ; R. Santambrogio
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The ZEBRA telescope is a balloon borne low energy gamma ray instrument, sensitive in the photon energy range 0.2-10MeV. The main characteristics and components of the telescope are described, and its performance during laboratory calibration is discussed, after its integration with the flight electronics.

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:34 ,  Issue: 1 )