Instrumentation Projects

Instrumentation Projects of the PSF department

The PSF department is involved in a number of astronomical instrumentation projects, ranging from space instruments like MIRI and long baseline interferometers like GRAVITY to Adaptive Optics instruments like SPHERE.

For a list of all current and past MPIA instrumentation projects, see the overview of ground-based and of space-based projects.

Current instrumentation projects

The Universe in Motion. Precision Astrometry with the ESO/VLTI. Contact scientist at MPIA: Wolfgang Brandner

GRAVITY

The Universe in Motion. Precision Astrometry with the ESO/VLTI. Contact scientist at MPIA: Wolfgang Brandner [more]
A mid-infrared imaging spectro-interferometer for the ESO/VLT. Contact scientist at MPIA: Thomas Henning

MATISSE

A mid-infrared imaging spectro-interferometer for the ESO/VLT. Contact scientist at MPIA: Thomas Henning [more]
Mid-infrared Instrument for the James Webb Space Telescope (NASA, ESA and CSA)

MIRI

Mid-infrared Instrument for the James Webb Space Telescope (NASA, ESA and CSA) [more]
High-Contrast Adaptive Optics Instrument for finding and observing extra-solar Planets – for the ESO/VLT. Contact scientist at MPIA: Markus Feldt

SPHERE

High-Contrast Adaptive Optics Instrument for finding and observing extra-solar Planets – for the ESO/VLT. Contact scientist at MPIA: Markus Feldt [more]
The Mid-Infrared E-ELT Imager and Spectrograph Contact scientist at MPIA: Markus Feldt

METIS

May 22, 2018

The Mid-Infrared E-ELT Imager and Spectrograph Contact scientist at MPIA: Markus Feldt [more]
 
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