The design, calibration, and operation of the University of Minnesota’s experiment on board the satellite OS0-5 are described. The instrument was designed to measure zodiacal light, airglow, and lightning. The orientation and stability of the spacecraft is also discussed as it pertains to the experiment.
G. B. Burnett, J. G. Sparrow, and E. P. Ney, "OSO-5 Dim Light Monitor," Appl. Opt. 11, 2075-2081 (1972)