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BLISS for SPICA

BLISS for SPICA is a US-built mid- to far-infrared spectrograph for the Japanese-led SPICA mission. BLISS will provide coverage from 35-430 microns with a suite of grating modules and 4000 detectors cooled to 0.05 K. With the cryogenic SPICA telescope, BLISS will enable astronomers to study the rise of heavy elements and the dawn of galaxies in the Universe's first billion years.

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Charles M. (Matt) Bradford
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