IRLabs' work is featured in the September 2023 issue of Cold Facts Magazine. The article describes the high-altitude cryostat we produced for the German Aerospace Center (DLR) for their OSAS-B oxygen spectrometer that was as part of Europe’s HEMERA balloon campaign.
Infrared Laboratories, Inc., a Tucson-based optics and cryogenics company, is pleased to announce it has adopted its common nickname, IRLabs, as its new company name. This name change is representative of the company's positioning for future growth with new leadership, new branding and a new website.
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