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The Balloon-borne Large-Aperture Submillimeter Telescope for polarization: BLAST-pol Author(s): G.

Combined with the high efficiency of APEX and the excellent atmospheric transmission at the site, LABOCA offers unprecedented capability in large scale mapping of submillimeter continuum emission. Instrument performance of GISMO, a 2 millimeter TES bolometer camera used at the IRAM 30 m Telescope Author(s): Johannes G.

The detector time constants must be less than 10 ms in order to allow fast scanning of the FTS mechanism.

Bolometer arrays development in the DCMB French collaboration Author(s): Michel Piat; Y. Development of transition edge superconducting bolometers for the SAFARI far-infrared spectrometer on the SPICA space-borne telescope Author(s): Philip Mauskopf; Dmitry Morozov; Dorota Glowacka; David Goldie; Stafford Withington; Marcel Bruijn; Piet De Korte; Henk Hoevers; Marcel Ridder; Jan Van Der Kuur; Jian-Rong Gao We describe the optimization of transition edge superconducting (TES) detectors for use in a far-infrared (FIR) Fourier transform spectrometer (FTS) mounted on a cryogenically cooled space-borne telescope (e.g. The required noise equivalent power (NEP) of the detectors is approximately 10W/√Hz in order to be lower than the photon noise from astrophysical sources in octave wide bands in the FIR.

These record data indicate the great potential of the hot-electron detector for meeting many application needs. Thermal conductance measurements for the development of ultra low-noise transition-edge sensors with a new method for measuring the noise equivalent power Author(s): Karwan Rostem; Dorota M. Goldie; Stafford Withington Transition-Edge Sensors (TESs) are sensitive devices used in astronomical detectors.

As a pathfinder for the SPIRE instrument on Herschel, BLAST shares with the ESA satellite similar focal plane technology and scientific motivation. Our latest array architecture is based on our Backshort Under Grid (BUG) design, which is specifically targeted at producing kilopixel-size arrays for future ground-based, suborbital and space-based X-ray and far-infrared through millimeter cameras and spectroometers.

BLAST had two successful flights, from the Arctic in 2005, and from Antarctica in 2006, which provided the first high-resolution and large-area (~0.8−200 deg) submillimeter surveys at these wavelengths. Wollack We have developed key technologies to enable highly versatile, kilopixel bolometer arrays for infrared through millimeter wavelengths.

With its unprecedented mapping speed and resolution, BLAST-pol will provide insights into Galactic star-forming nurseries, and give the necessary link between the larger, coarse resolution surveys and the narrow, resolved observations of star-forming structures from space and ground based instruments being commissioned in the next 5 years. The 2 mm spectral range provides a unique terrestrial window enabling ground-based observations of the earliest active dusty galaxies in the universe and thereby allowing a better constraint on the star formation rate in these objects.

A third flight in 2009 will see the instrument modified to be polarization-sensitive (BLAST-pol). In November of 2007, we demonstrated a monolithic 8x16 BUG bolometer array with 2 mm-pitch detectors for astronomical observations using our 2 mm wavelength camera GISMO (the Goddard IRAM Superconducting 2 Millimeter Observer) at the IRAM 30 m telescope in Spain.