The Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer ( Mips )

@inproceedings{Rieke2004TheMI,
  title={The Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer ( Mips )},
  author={George H. Rieke and Erick T. Young and C. W. Engelbracht and D. M. Kelly and Frank J. Low and Eugene E. Haller and Jeffrey W. Beeman and K. D. Gordon and John A. Stansberry and Karl A. Misselt and J. Cadien and Jane E. Morrison and Gil Rivlis and W. B. Latter and Alberto Noriega-Crespo and Deborah L. Padgett and Karl R. Stapelfeldt and Dean C. Hines and Eiichi Egami and James C. Muzerolle and Almudena Alonso-Herrero and Myra L. Blaylock and Herv{\'e} Dole and Joannah L. Hinz and Emeric Le Floc’h and Casey M. Papovich and P. G. P{\'e}rez-Gonz{\'a}lez and Paul S. Smith and Kate Y. L. Su and L. Bennett and Dave T. Frayer and Douglass M. Henderson and Nanyao Lu and Frank Masci and Meyer Z. Pesenson and Luisa M. Rebull and Jeonghee Rho and Jocelyn Keene and S. Stolovy and S. Wachter and Wm A. Wheaton and Michael W. Werner and Paul L. Richards},
  year={2004}
}
The Multiband Imaging Photometer for Spitzer (MIPS) provides long-wavelength capability for the mission in imaging bands at 24, 70, and 160 m and measurements of spectral energy distributions between 52 and 100 m at a spectral resolution of about 7%. By using true detector arrays in each band, it provides both critical sampling of the Spitzer point-spread… CONTINUE READING