SPICA: Revealing the Hearts of Galaxies and Forming Planetary Systems; Overview and US Contributions

P. R. Roelfsema, C. M. Bradford

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Abstract

SPICA is a cryogenic space observatory studied by ESA and JAXA. The 2.5-m telescope is cooled to T<8 K. Among the 3 instruments is a far- IR spectrometer SAFARI led by SRON, Holland to which the US will make key detector/instrument contributions.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication The Space Astrophysics Landscape for the 2020s and Beyond
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings of the conference held 1-3 April, 2019 in Potomac, Maryland. LPI Contribution No. 2135, id.5051
PublisherLunar Planetary Institute (LPI)
Pagesid 5051
Publication statusPublished - 1-Apr-2019
EventThe Space Astrophysics Landscape for the 2020s and Beyond - The William F. Bolger Center, Potomac, Maryland, United States
Duration: 1-Apr-20193-Apr-2019

Conference

ConferenceThe Space Astrophysics Landscape for the 2020s and Beyond
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityPotomac, Maryland
Period01/04/201903/04/2019

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