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SOFIA and its facility Far Infrared Camera HAWC

  • M. Giard, J.P. Bernard, A. Klotz, I. Ristorcelli, R. Evans (a1), D. A. Harper (a1), S. Casey (a2), J. A. Davidson (a2), I. Gatley (a3), J. Kastner (a3), R. Loewenstein (a1), S. H. Moseley (a4), R. Pernic (a1) and J. Wirth (a1)...

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The Stratospheric Observatory For Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) is a 2.5 m telescope which will fly in a Boeing 747SP, commencing operation in late summer 2004. SOFIA is a joint American/German project and for most of this decade it will be the largest far-infrared telescope. SOFIA will have a suite of instruments available to the astronomical community, including the High-resolution Airborne Wide-band Camera (HAWC) - its facility far-infrared camera.

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