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Science with KRAKENS

@article{Mazin2015ScienceWK,
  title={Science with KRAKENS},
  author={Benjamin A. Mazin and George D. Becker and Kevin France and Wesley C. Fraser and D. Andrew Howell and Tucker A. Jones and S. R. Meeker and Kieran O'Brien and Jason Xavier Prochaska and Brian D. Siana and Matthew Strader and Paul Szypryt and Shriharsh P. Tendulkar and Tommaso Treu and Gautam Vasisht},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2015}
}
The Keck science community is entering an era of unprecedented change. Powerful new instrument like ZTF, JWST, LSST, and the ELTs will catalyze this change, and we must be ready to take full advantage to maintain our position of scientific leadership. The best way to do this is to continue the UC and Caltech tradition of technical excellence in instrumentation. In this whitepaper we describe a new instrument called KRAKENS to help meet these challenges. KRAKENS uses a unique detector… 
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