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MORIS (MIT Optical Rapid Imaging System) is an instrument for use on the IRTF. This high-speed, visible wavelength camera is mounted on the side window of SpeX, an near-IR imager and spectrograph. This design is based on POETS (Portable Occultation, Eclipse, and Transit System), which was developed by MIT and Williams Colleges.
Quick User Info:
MORIS was built as a joint MIT/IRTF project.
The official MORIS web page is hosted by MIT at:
This excellent web site documents MORIS's construction and window based enviroment.
After MORIS came to the IRTF, a project to run the camera using with a IRTF like interface (XUI, DV) under linux was started in 2011. This site documents the IRTF development effort.
Significant MORIS Milestones
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