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23 July 2014 MUSTANG2: a large focal plan array for the 100 meter Green Bank Telescope
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MUSTANG 2 is a 223 element focal plane that operates between 75 and 105 GHz on the 100 meter Green Bank Telescope. It shares many of the science goals of its predecessor, MUSTANG, but will have fifteen times the sensitivity and five times the field-of-view. Angular scales from 900 to 60 will be recovered with high fidelity providing a unique overlap between high resolution instruments such as ALMA and lower resolution single dish telescopes such as ACT or SPT. Individual TES bolometers are placed behind feedhorns spaced by 1.9λ f and are read out using a microwave SQUID multiplexing system.
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S. R. Dicker, P. A. R. Ade, J. Aguirre, J. A. Brevik, H. M. Cho, R. Datta, M. J. Devlin, B. Dober, D. Egan, J. Ford, P. Ford, G. Hilton, J. Hubmayr, K. D. Irwin, B. S. Mason, P. Marganian, M. Mello, J. J. McMahon, T. Mroczkowski, C. Romero, S. Stanchfield, C. Tucker, L. Vale, S. White, M. Whitehead, and A. H. Young "MUSTANG2: a large focal plan array for the 100 meter Green Bank Telescope", Proc. SPIE 9153, Millimeter, Submillimeter, and Far-Infrared Detectors and Instrumentation for Astronomy VII, 91530J (23 July 2014);


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