24 December 2002 Wide-Field Surveys from the SNAP Mission
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Abstract
The Supernova / Acceleration Probe (SNAP) is a proposed space-borne observatory that will survey the sky with a wide-field optical/near-infrared (NIR) imager. The images produced by SNAP will have an unprecedented combination of depth, solid-angle, angular resolution, and temporal sampling. For 16 months each, two 7.5 square-degree fields will be observed every four days to a magnitude depth of AB=27.7 in each of the SNAP filters, spanning 3500-17000Å. Co-adding images over all epochs will give AB=30.3 per filter. In addition, a 300 square-degree field will be surveyed to AB=28 per filter, with no repeated temporal sampling. Although the survey strategy is tailored for supernova and weak gravitational lensing observations, the resulting data will support a broad range of auxiliary science programs.
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Alex G. Kim, Alex G. Kim, Carl W. Akerlof, Carl W. Akerlof, Greg Aldering, Greg Aldering, R. Amanullah, R. Amanullah, Pierre Astier, Pierre Astier, E. Barrelet, E. Barrelet, Christopher Bebek, Christopher Bebek, Lars Bergstrom, Lars Bergstrom, J. Bercovitz, J. Bercovitz, Gary M. Bernstein, Gary M. Bernstein, M. Bester, M. Bester, A. Bonissent, A. Bonissent, C. Bower, C. Bower, William C. Carithers, William C. Carithers, Eugene D. Commins, Eugene D. Commins, C. Day, C. Day, Susana E. Deustua, Susana E. Deustua, R. DiGennaro, R. DiGennaro, A. Ealet, A. Ealet, Richard S. Ellis, Richard S. Ellis, M. Eriksson, M. Eriksson, Andrew Fruchter, Andrew Fruchter, Jean-Francois Genat, Jean-Francois Genat, Gerson Goldhaber, Gerson Goldhaber, Ariel Goobar, Ariel Goobar, Donald E. Groom, Donald E. Groom, Stewart E. Harris, Stewart E. Harris, Peter R. Harvey, Peter R. Harvey, Henry D. Heetderks, Henry D. Heetderks, Steven E. Holland, Steven E. Holland, Dragan Huterer, Dragan Huterer, Armin Karcher, Armin Karcher, William F. Kolbe, William F. Kolbe, B. Krieger, B. Krieger, Robin E. Lafever, Robin E. Lafever, J. Lamoureux, J. Lamoureux, Michael L. Lampton, Michael L. Lampton, Michael E. Levi, Michael E. Levi, Daniel S. Levin, Daniel S. Levin, Eric V. Linder, Eric V. Linder, Stewart C. Loken, Stewart C. Loken, Roger Malina, Roger Malina, R. Massey, R. Massey, Timothy McKay, Timothy McKay, Shawn P. McKee, Shawn P. McKee, Ramon Miquel, Ramon Miquel, E. Mortsell, E. Mortsell, N. Mostek, N. Mostek, Stuart Mufson, Stuart Mufson, J. A. Musser, J. A. Musser, Peter E. Nugent, Peter E. Nugent, Hakeem M. Oluseyi, Hakeem M. Oluseyi, Reynald Pain, Reynald Pain, Nicholas P. Palaio, Nicholas P. Palaio, David H. Pankow, David H. Pankow, Saul Perlmutter, Saul Perlmutter, R. Pratt, R. Pratt, Eric Prieto, Eric Prieto, Alexandre Refregier, Alexandre Refregier, Jason Rhodes, Jason Rhodes, Kem Edward Robinson, Kem Edward Robinson, N. Roe, N. Roe, Michael Sholl, Michael Sholl, Michael S. Schubnell, Michael S. Schubnell, G. Smadja, G. Smadja, George F. Smoot, George F. Smoot, Anthony Spadafora, Anthony Spadafora, Gregory Tarle, Gregory Tarle, Andrew D. Tomasch, Andrew D. Tomasch, H. von der Lippe, H. von der Lippe, D. Vincent, D. Vincent, J.-P. Walder, J.-P. Walder, Guobin Wang, Guobin Wang, } "Wide-Field Surveys from the SNAP Mission", Proc. SPIE 4836, Survey and Other Telescope Technologies and Discoveries, (24 December 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.457953; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.457953
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