SCUBA: A Common - user submillimetre camera operating on the James Clerk Maxwell telescope

@article{Holland1999SCUBAAC,
  title={SCUBA: A Common - user submillimetre camera operating on the James Clerk Maxwell telescope},
  author={Wayne S. Holland and E. Ian Robson and Walter Gear and Colin R. Cunningham and John F. Lightfoot and Tim Jenness and R. J. Ivison and Jason A. Stevens and P. A. R. Ade and Matthew Joseph Griffin and William D. Duncan and John Anthony Murphy and David A. Naylor Joint Astronomy Centre and Hilo and Hi and Royal Observatory and Edinburgh and Institute for Astronomy and Queen Mary and Westfield College and St. Patrick's College and University of Lethbridge},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={1999},
  volume={303},
  pages={659-672}
}
SCUBA, the Submillimetre Common-User Bolometer Array, built by the Royal Observatory Edinburgh for the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope, is the most versatile and powerful of a new generation of submillimetre cameras. It combines a sensitive dual-waveband imaging array with a three-band photometer, and is sky-background-limited by the emission from the Mauna Kea atmosphere at all observing wavelengths from 350 μμto 2 mm. The increased sensitivity and array size mean that SCUBA maps close to 10 000… 
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