The MIRIS Observationa Data Workshop will be held to report and the current status and to promote its IR Data Use. For the details please visit the MIRIS website http://miris.kasi.re.kr/miris !
Date : 14:00 H, 28 January, 2015
Place : Eunhasoo Hall, KASI
|14:10-14:30||MIRIS System Introduction and Specification, Observation Plan||D.H.Lee|
|14:30-14:50||Overall On-Orbit Status of MIRIS||J.Pyo|
|14:50-15:10||Observation Status of Paα Galactic Plane Survey||I.J.Kim|
|15:10-15:30||Observation Status for Cosmic Infrared Background||J.Pyo|
|15:30-15:50||Infrared Observations of the Comet C/2014 Q2 (Lovejoy)||Y.J.Choi|
|16:10-16:40||User Observation and Proposal Submission Plan||W.S.Jeong|
|16:40-17:30||Advisory Committee, Discussion and Comments||W.Han|
The first Korean IR space telescope MIRIS (Multi-purpose Infra-Red Imaging System) developed by Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI) was successfully launched as the primary payload onboard the Science and Technology Satellite-3 of Korea (STSAT-3) in November 2013. The main mission of MIRIS is the Paschen-alpha emission line survey along the Galactic plane and the cosmic infrared background (CIB) observation, particularly around the north pole region, with a wide field of view (3.67x3.67 degree) with a resolution of 51.6' and wavelength coverage of 0.9~2.0 micro-m. Optical components of MIRIS consist of a 80mm main lens and four other lenses with 2/F forcal ratio optics and the telescope was designed to use a passive cooling technique (~200 K) in order to reduce the thermal noise. A micro Stirling cooler was used to cool down the Teledyne PICNIC IR array to 90 K, equipped in a dewar with 4 filters for IR passbands of I, H, and Paschen-alpha and a dual-band continuum line fileter. For the Inquiry, please contact Dr. W. Han (firstname.lastname@example.org) !
MIRIS team, Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute