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Title: The Potential for Mid-Infrared Astronomy with the Next Generation Space Telescope
Authors: Serabyn, E.
Barsony, M.
Beichman, C.
Koerner, D.
Orton, G.
Ressler, M.
Werner, M.
Xu, C.
Issue Date: 13-Sep-1999
Citation: NGST Science & Technology Exposition
Hyannis, Massachusetts, USA
Abstract: While the baseline for the Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST) is the 1 to 5 um wavelenght interval, compelling astronomical observations become possible at longer wavelenghts.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/18713
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