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Large ground and space-based surveys in optical and near-infrared (NIR) wavelengths will revolutionize astronomy in the coming decade. Unfortunately, no ultraviolet (UV) facilities are planned to complement these surveys, which is crucial for studying the most active phase of the Universe that...
We present an estimation and analysis of Near Infrared (NIR) background for the astronomical site at Mount Abu. Mount Abu Observatory is situated at Gurushikhar, Rajasthan, India, operated by the Physical Research Laboratory. Data obtained from the NIR observations of various sources using the...
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