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titleNew SPICA: the next crucial step after AKARI for future mid- and far-infrared astronomy
Author(jpn)金田, 英宏; 芝井, 広; 尾中, 敬; The SPICA Team
Author(eng)Kaneda, Hidehiro; Shibai, Hiroshi; Onaka, Takashi; The SPICA Team
Author Affiliation(jpn)名古屋大学; 大阪大学; 東京大学
Author Affiliation(eng)Nagoya University; Osaka University; The University of Tokyo
Issue Date2018-03-09
PublisherJapan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
宇宙航空研究開発機構(JAXA)
Publication titleJAXA Special Publication: The Cosmic Wheel and the Legacy of the AKARI archive: from galaxies and stars to planets and life
宇宙航空研究開発機構特別資料
VolumeJAXA-SP-17-009E
Start page53
End page58
Publication date2018-03-09
Languageeng
AbstractSPICA (SPace Infrared telescope for Cosmology and Astrophysics) is a future mid- and far-infrared astronomy mission after AKARI, Spitzer and Herschel, with a 2.5 m telescope actively cooled below 8 K. Thanks to the cryogenically-cooled telescope as well as the advanced instrument technologies, SPICA provides unprecedented high sensitivity in spectroscopy, photometry and polarimetry. In particular SPICA enables detailed spectroscopy with continuous coverage from mid- to far-infrared ranges for the first time. SPICA has the following key science objectives: (1) revealing the rise and fall of galaxy formation over cosmic time, (2) understanding star formation from filaments to galaxies, and (3) tracing the gas, dust and ice in planet forming systems. The definition of the previous SPICA mission has been revisited since 2014, and now, new SPICA is re-defined as an international project between JAXA and ESA, with a combination of a strategic L-class mission of JAXA and a Cosmic Vision M-class mission of ESA. If selected, SPICA will launch in the late 2020s and operate for a goal lifetime of 5 years. SPICA carries onboard the mid-infrared instrument SMI as well as the far-infrared instruments SAFARI-SPEC and -POL; the former is the Japanese-led instrument developed and managed by a university consortium. In this paper, we describe the current status of the SPICA project, the SPICA science goals, and the conceptual design of SMI, mostly focusing on the importance of the AKARI heritage from scientific and technical points of view.
DescriptionMeeting Information: The 4th AKARI International Conference: The Cosmic Wheel and the Legacy of the AKARI archive: from galaxies and stars to planets and life (October 17-20, 2017. The University of Tokyo), Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Physical characteristics: Original contains color illustrations
会議情報: 第4回「あかり」国際会議 (2017年10月17-20日. 東京大学), 文京区, 東京
形態: カラー図版あり
KeywordsInstrumentation: photometers; Instrumentation: polarimeters; Instrumentation: spectrographs; Space vehicles: instruments; Telescopes; Infrared: general; Infrared: galaxies; Infrared: ISM; Infrared: planetary systems
Document TypeConference Paper
JAXA Category特別資料
NASA Subject CategoryAstronomy
ISSN(online)2433-2232
SHI-NOAA1730026007
Report NoJAXA-SP-17-009E
URIhttps://repository.exst.jaxa.jp/dspace/handle/a-is/879172


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