Observations with KIDs Interferometer Spectrum Survey (KISS)

@article{Fasano2021ObservationsWK,
  title={Observations with KIDs Interferometer Spectrum Survey (KISS)},
  author={A. Fasano and A. Catalano and J.-F. Mac'ias-P'erez and Marta Aguiar and A. Beelen and Aur{\'e}lien Benoit and Aur{\'e}lien Bideaud and Julien Bounmy and O. Bourrion and Guillaume A. Br{\`e}s and Manuel Calvo and J. A. Castro-Almaz'an and Paolo Bernardis and Marco Petris and A. P. de Taoro and M. Fern'andez-Torreiro and Gregory Garde and R. T. G'enova-Santos and A. G{\'o}mez and M. F. G'omez-Renasco and Johannes Goupy and Christophe Hoarau and Roger J. Hoyland and Guilaine Lagache and Julien Marpaud and Marc Marton and A. Monfardini and Michael Peel and Giampaolo Pisano and N. Ponthieu and Rafael Rebolo and Stephane Roudier and J. A. Rubino-Mart'in and D. A. Tourres and Carole Tucker and Christophe Vescovi},
  journal={EPJ Web of Conferences},
  year={2021}
}
We describe the preliminary on-sky results of the KIDs Interferometer Spectrum Survey (KISS), a spectral imager with a 1 deg field of view (FoV). The instrument operates in the range 120–180 GHz from the 2.25m Q-U-I JOint TEnerife telescope in Teide Observatory (Tenerife, Canary Islands), at 2 395m altitude above sea level. Spectra at low resolution, up to 1.45 GHz, are obtained using a fast (3.72 Hz mechanical frequency) Fourier transform spectrometer, coupled to a continuous dilution cryostat… 
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