2 August 2014 BATMAN flies: a compact spectro-imager for space observation
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BATMAN flies is a compact spectro-imager based on MOEMS for generating reconfigurable slit masks, and feeding two arms in parallel. The FOV is 25 x 12 arcmin2 for a 1m telescope, in infrared (0.85–1.7μm) and 500-1000 spectral resolution. Unique science cases for Space Observation are reachable with this deep spectroscopic multi-survey instrument: deep survey of high-z galaxies down to H=25 on 5 deg2 with continuum detection and all z>7 candidates at H=26.2 over 5 deg2; deep survey of young stellar clusters in nearby galaxies; deep survey of the Kuiper Belt of ALL known objects down to H=22. Pathfinder towards BATMAN in space is already running with ground-based demonstrators.
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Frederic Zamkotsian, Frederic Zamkotsian, Olivier Ilbert, Olivier Ilbert, Julien Zoubian, Julien Zoubian, Audrey Delsanti, Audrey Delsanti, Samuel Boissier, Samuel Boissier, Ariane Lancon, Ariane Lancon, "BATMAN flies: a compact spectro-imager for space observation", Proc. SPIE 9143, Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2014: Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter Wave, 91432B (2 August 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2057131; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2057131


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