Max Mutchler

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  • Marco Sirianni, Mark Clampin, George F Hartig, Holland C Ford, Garth D Illingworth, Vic Argabright +9 others
  • 2002
We present an overview of the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) CCD detectors performance based on the ground testing and the calibration observations taken during the first four months of ACS operation. ACS has been installed into the Hubble Space Telescope in March 2002 and consists of three different cameras. Two of them employ CCD detectors: the Wide(More)
A moon or natural satellite is a celestial body that orbits a planetary body such as a planet, dwarf planet, or an asteroid. Scientists seek understanding the origin and evolution of our solar system by studying moons of these bodies. Additionally, searches for satellites of planetary bodies can be important to protect the safety of a spacecraft as it(More)
The Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS), installed in the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) in March 2002, comprises three cameras: the Wide Field Camera (WFC), designed for deep near-IR survey imaging programs; the High Resolution Camera (HRC), a high angular resolution imager which fully samples the HST full spread function (PSF) in the visible; and the Solar(More)
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