Cosmic Evolution Through UV Spectroscopy (CETUS) Probe-Class Mission Concept

William Danchi, J. Arenberg, A. Bartoszyk, R. Bezanson, L. Bianchi, D. Bowen, J. Burge, B. Cenko, M. Choi, W. Danchi, K. Dodson, S. Driver, G. Durbeck, E. Dwek, W. Eckles, B. Fleming, K. France, P. Gatkine, S. Gezari, Q. GongJ. Greene, S. Heap, T. Heckman, E. Hodges-Kluck, T. Hull, S. Kendrick, R. King, A. Kutyrev, T. Lanz, J. MacKenty, S. McCandliss, G. Mehle, E. Mentzell, S. Moseley, S. Nikzad, L. Purves, B. Rauscher, M. Rhee, S. Riall, J. Rigby, I. Roederer, N. Schur, S. Seipel, D. Sheikh, O. Siegmund, R. Simmons, W. Smith, D. Spergel, D. Stark, E. Stoneking, A. Szalay, S. Tompkins, J. Trump, A. Vandewel, M. Valente, J. Valerga, S. Veilleux, A. Waczynski, K. Whitaker, R. Woodruff, R. Wyse

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CETUS is a concept for an affordable, Probe-Class mission based on a 1.5-m-aperture space telescope with a wide FOV covering UV wavelengths from 100 to 400 nm. The set of science instruments consists of a wide- field camera, a wide-field Multi-Object Spectrograph, and a Point/slit Source echelle Spectrograph with high spectral resolution.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherAmerican Astronomical Society
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2019

Publication series

NameBulletin of the American Astronomical Society
PublisherAmerican Astronomical Society


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