Imperial College London

Professor Andrew H Jaffe

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Physics

Professor of Astrophysics and Cosmology
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 7526a.jaffe Website

 
 
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Assistant

 

Miss Louise Hayward +44 (0)20 7594 7679

 
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Location

 

1018BBlackett LaboratorySouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Publications

Citation

BibTex format

@article{Thompson,
author = {Thompson, MA and Serjeant, S and Jenness, T and Scott, D and Ashdown, M and Brunt, C and Butner, H and Chapin, E and Chrysostomou, AC and Clark, JS and Clements, D and Collett, JL and Coppin, K and Coulson, IM and Dent, WRF and Economou, F and Evans, A and Friberg, P and Fuller, GA and Gibb, AG and Greaves, J and Hatchell, J and Holland, WS and Hudson, M and Ivison, RJ and Jaffe, A and Joncas, G and Jones, HRA and Knapen, JH and Leech, J and Mann, R and Matthews, HE and Moore, TJT and Mortier, A and Negrello, M and Nutter, D and Pestalozzi, MP and Pope, A and Richer, J and Shipman, R and Urquhart, JS and Vaccari, M and Waerbeke, LV and Viti, S and Weferling, B and White, GJ and Wouterloot, J and Zhu, M},
title = {The SCUBA-2 "All-Sky" Survey},
url = {http://arxiv.org/abs/0704.3202v2},
}

RIS format (EndNote, RefMan)

TY  - JOUR
AB - The sub-millimetre wavelength regime is perhaps the most poorly explored overlarge areas of the sky, despite the considerable effort that has been expendedin making deep maps over small regions. As a consequence the properties of thesub-millimetre sky as a whole, and of rare bright objects in particular,remains largely unknown. Here we describe a forthcoming survey (the SCUBA-2``All-Sky'' Survey, or SASSy) designed to address this issue by making alarge-area map of approximately one-fifth of the sky visible from the JCMT(4800 square degrees) down to a 1 sigma noise level of 30 mJy/beam. This mapforms the pilot for a much larger survey, which will potentially map theremaining sky visible from the JCMT, with the region also visible to ALMA as apriority. SASSy has been awarded 500 hours for the 4800 square degree pilotphase and will commence after the commissioning of SCUBA-2, expected in early2008.
AU - Thompson,MA
AU - Serjeant,S
AU - Jenness,T
AU - Scott,D
AU - Ashdown,M
AU - Brunt,C
AU - Butner,H
AU - Chapin,E
AU - Chrysostomou,AC
AU - Clark,JS
AU - Clements,D
AU - Collett,JL
AU - Coppin,K
AU - Coulson,IM
AU - Dent,WRF
AU - Economou,F
AU - Evans,A
AU - Friberg,P
AU - Fuller,GA
AU - Gibb,AG
AU - Greaves,J
AU - Hatchell,J
AU - Holland,WS
AU - Hudson,M
AU - Ivison,RJ
AU - Jaffe,A
AU - Joncas,G
AU - Jones,HRA
AU - Knapen,JH
AU - Leech,J
AU - Mann,R
AU - Matthews,HE
AU - Moore,TJT
AU - Mortier,A
AU - Negrello,M
AU - Nutter,D
AU - Pestalozzi,MP
AU - Pope,A
AU - Richer,J
AU - Shipman,R
AU - Urquhart,JS
AU - Vaccari,M
AU - Waerbeke,LV
AU - Viti,S
AU - Weferling,B
AU - White,GJ
AU - Wouterloot,J
AU - Zhu,M
TI - The SCUBA-2 "All-Sky" Survey
UR - http://arxiv.org/abs/0704.3202v2
ER -