29 July 2016 The Australian Space Eye: studying the history of galaxy formation with a CubeSat
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The Australian Space Eye is a proposed astronomical telescope based on a 6U CubeSat platform. The Space Eye will exploit the low level of systematic errors achievable with a small space based telescope to enable high accuracy measurements of the optical extragalactic background light and low surface brightness emission around nearby galaxies. This project is also a demonstrator for several technologies with general applicability to astronomical observations from nanosatellites. Space Eye is based around a 90 mm aperture clear aperture all refractive telescope for broadband wide field imaging in the i' and z' bands.
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Anthony Horton, Anthony Horton, Lee Spitler, Lee Spitler, Naomi Mathers, Naomi Mathers, Michael Petkovic, Michael Petkovic, Douglas Griffin, Douglas Griffin, Simon Barraclough, Simon Barraclough, Craig Benson, Craig Benson, Igor Dimitrijevic, Igor Dimitrijevic, Andrew Lambert, Andrew Lambert, Anthony Previte, Anthony Previte, John Bowen, John Bowen, Solomon Westerman, Solomon Westerman, Jordi Puig-Suari, Jordi Puig-Suari, Sam Reisenfeld, Sam Reisenfeld, Jon Lawrence, Jon Lawrence, Ross Zhelem, Ross Zhelem, Matthew Colless, Matthew Colless, Russell Boyce, Russell Boyce, "The Australian Space Eye: studying the history of galaxy formation with a CubeSat", Proc. SPIE 9904, Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2016: Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter Wave, 99041Q (29 July 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2232467; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2232467


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