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12 October 2004 The James Webb Space Telescope science instrument suite: an overview of optical designs
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The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) Observatory, the follow-on mission to the Hubble Space Telescope and to the Spitzer Space Facility, will yield astounding breakthroughs in the realms of infrared space science. The science instrument suite for this Observatory will consist of a Near-Infrared Camera, a Near-Infrared Spectrograph, a Mid-Infrared Instrument with imager, coronagraph and integral field spectroscopy modes, and a Fine Guider System Instrument with both a Guider module and a Tunable Filter Module. In this paper we present an overview of the optical designs of the telescope and instruments.
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Pamela S. Davila, Brent J. Bos, James Contreras, Clinton Evans, Matthew A. Greenhouse, Gurnie Hobbs, Wolfgang Holota, Lynn W. Huff, John B. Hutchings, Thomas H. Jamieson, Paul A. Lightsey, Chris Morbey, Richard Murowinski, Marcia J. Rieke, Neil Rowlands, Bruce Steakley, Martyn Wells, Maurice B.J. te Plate, and Gillian S. Wright "The James Webb Space Telescope science instrument suite: an overview of optical designs", Proc. SPIE 5487, Optical, Infrared, and Millimeter Space Telescopes, (12 October 2004);


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