The SOC (Space Observation Camera) of MIRIS (Multi-purpose InfraRed Imaging System) has been launched in 2013 November as the main payload of the STSAT-3. SOC's main missions are:
- Paschen-α Galactic plane survey
- Large area imaging surveys of three pole regions (NEP, NGP and SGP)
- Bi-daily monitoring survey toward the north ecliptic pole
We had completed the main mission observations from 2014 March to 2015 May, and have been working out the data processing. This workshop aims to introduce MIRIS and its data status to the community and to present scientific potential of it. We welcome anyone who is interested in the MIRIS science data.
N.B. All presentations will be given in English.
VENUE: Sejong-hall (세종홀) 1F Conference Room, Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI)
DATE AND TIME: 2017 April 19 (Wed.) 14:00
Time Title Speaker 14:00–14:10 Welcoming Remarks Han, Wonyong 14:10–14:30 Korean Compact Infrared Space Telescope, MIRIS [ PDF ] Lee, Dae-Hee 14:30–15:10 MIRIS Pa-α Observation [ PDF ] Kim, Il-Joong 15:10–15:30 Break 15:30–16:10 Cosmic Infrared Backgroud Observations with MIRIS [ PDF ] Jeong, Woong-Seob 16:10–16:50 MIRIS Data Analysis and Processing Status [ PDF ] Pyo, Jeonghyun 16:50–17:10 Discussion 18:00– Diner