24 July 2014 TES-detector based focal plane assembly key-technology developments for ATHENA and SAFARI
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SRON, Netherlands Institute for Space Research, is developing a Focal Plane Assembly for future missions requiring large-format arrays of Transition Edge Sensors. The up-scaling of the amount of pixels together with the mass and volume limitations for a space instrument requires technology developments in several areas. A dedicated program has been initiated to develop the required magnetic shielding, high density electrical interconnects and a thermal insulating suspension. The purpose of the program is to demonstrate Technology Readiness Level 4-5 for these key-technologies before the end of 2015. In this talk we will present the status of the program, as carried out under ESA GSTP.
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H. J. van Weers, H. J. van Weers, J. W. den Herder, J. W. den Herder, B. D. Jackson, B. D. Jackson, P. P. K. Kooijman, P. P. K. Kooijman, C. Bruineman, C. Bruineman, K. Ravensberg, K. Ravensberg, M. P. Bruijn, M. P. Bruijn, B. Rangarajan, B. Rangarajan, A. J. van der Linden, A. J. van der Linden, M. L. Ridder, M. L. Ridder, M. Leeman, M. Leeman, B. J. van Leeuwen, B. J. van Leeuwen, A. Gotink, A. Gotink, S. Kwast, S. Kwast, T. J. van der Velde, T. J. van der Velde, J. R. H. Diesveld, J. R. H. Diesveld, C. Werner, C. Werner, R. F. M. M. Hamelinck, R. F. M. M. Hamelinck, "TES-detector based focal plane assembly key-technology developments for ATHENA and SAFARI", Proc. SPIE 9144, Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2014: Ultraviolet to Gamma Ray, 91445R (24 July 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2055454; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2055454

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