Article | June 8, 2021

Space, Spectroscopy, Solutions: Shedding Light On G&H's Laser Tuning Capabilities

Source: G&H

Space is perhaps no longer ‘the final frontier’, but as an operating environment for optical components it remains in many ways the ultimate test of the technology’s reliability, resilience, and precision – far more so, typically, than with terrestrial applications.

The reason we know this is that our own products have successfully delivered excellent results on missions for agencies such as ESA, JAXA and NASA including Mars Perseverance, Mars 2020 Rover, Hyabusa 2, Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO), and LISA Pathfinder, with ExoMars Rover due to launch in September 2022. 

It stands to reason that if they can deliver in space and meet the demands of the most exacting requirements of all, then they are also capable of delivering excellence in terrestrial applications too.

So, what exactly are these technologies, what are they used for, and what are the differentiating features that enable them to deliver the benefits that such demanding and high-profile space missions cannot do without?

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