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This was accomplished by means of the sunshade, the Cassegrain and main baﬄes, and a light-tight shield around the instruments. Additional straylight control was provided by constraining ISO from observing too close to the Sun, Earth and Moon. F. Kessler: Overview of the ISO Mission 35 The scientiﬁc instruments were mounted on an optical support structure (which carried the primary mirror on its opposite side). Each one occupied an 80◦ segment of the cylindrical volume available. The 20 total unvignetted ﬁeld of view of the telescope was distributed radially to the four instruments by a pyramid mirror.
Absolute ﬂux calibration achieved by use of the internal ﬁne calibration source. e. a long wavelength analogue of PHT05. No aperture selection was needed as the ﬁeld of view was deﬁned by the detector arrays; - PHT04: Multi-aperture photometry using the ISOPHOT-P detectors. Only one ﬁlter could be selected and the minimum number of apertures was 2. Also used in chop mode. • Photometry: Scanning/Mapping Modes - PHT32: Multi-ﬁlter mapping using the ISOPHOT-C detector arrays. Designed for high spatial resolution by over-sampling; - PHT17/18/19: Sparse mapping with the ISOPHOT-P detectors.