The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR)

@inproceedings{Harrison2010TheNS,
  title={The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR)},
  author={Fiona A. Harrison and Steven E. Boggs and F. E. Christensen and William W. Craig and Charles James Hailey and Daniel Stern and Will Zhang and Lorella Angelini and Hongjun An and Varun Bhalerao and Nicolai F. Brejnholt and Lynn R. Cominsky and Walter R. Cook and Melania Doll and Paolo Giommi and Brian W. Grefenstette and Allan Hornstrup and Victoria M. Kaspi and Yunjin Kim and T. Kitaguchi and Jason E. Koglin and Carl Christian Liebe and Greg M. Madejski and Kristin Kruse Madsen and Peter H. Mao and David S. Meier and Hiromasa Miyasaka and Kaya Mori and Matteo Perri and M J Pivovaroff and Simonetta Puccetti and Vikram R. Rana and Andreas Zoglauer},
  booktitle={Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation},
  year={2010}
}
The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) is a NASA Small Explorer mission that will carry the first focusing hard X-ray (6 - 80 keV) telescope to orbit. NuSTAR will offer a factor 50 - 100 sensitivity improvement compared to previous collimated or coded mask imagers that have operated in this energy band. In addition, NuSTAR provides sub-arcminute imaging with good spectral resolution over a 12-arcminute eld of view. After launch, NuSTAR will carry out a two-year primary science… Expand
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