Some aspects of the construction of a 10-m concave grating spectrograph are described. The large size of the instrument, which is of the Eagle type, has given rise to a number of problems in design, and the solutions to these problems are presented. Some data on the performance of the instrument are given.
A. E. Douglas and J. G. Potter, "A Ten-Meter Grating Spectrograph for the Vacuum Ultraviolet," Appl. Opt. 1, 727-731 (1962)