NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California
Friday, March 01 2013
This technology could be used for applications requiring precise location of a small object
within a small circular area, such as in medical lasers.
A prime focus spectrometer (PFS),
along with corrective optics, will mount
in place of the secondary mirror of the
Subaru telescope on Mauna Kea,
Hawaii. This will allow simultaneous
observations of cosmologic targets. It
will enable large-scale galactic archeology
and dark energy surveys to help
unlock the secrets of the universe.
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