A study of proton-induced effects on reflective surfaces of space mirrors, Volume 1532
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absorption band accelerator AR/R ATOMIC MASS UNITS beryllium calculated Cer-Vit substrates change in reflectance cleaning experiments cleaning technique coated mirror contaminant film damage decrease in reflectance degradation environment evaluated exit aperture exposed exposure fluorine Flux Dependence flux of 1.4 fused silica mirrors hydrocarbons increase integrated flux interferometer internal PM tube irradiated area LiF overcoated LiF/Al-coated mirrors magnesium fluoride maxima and minima MgF2 MgF2/Al-coated mirrors mirror coatings mirror specimens MIRROR SUBSTRATES mirror surface mirror test monochromator Nl 39NVHD nm wavelength optical constants optical properties overcoated mirrors peak percent photomultiplier polished post-irradiation reflectance changes predicted proton proton flux protons-cm pump radiation effects reference PM Reflectance data reflectance measurements reflectance occurred reflective surfaces reflectometer scattered light measure scattered-light measurement sec~l shown in Figure silica and Cer-Vit spectrum specular reflectance substrates synchronous Earth synchronous orbit test chamber torr ultraviolet reflectometer vacuum deposited voltage wavelength region