projects

Projects

Own projects
J-PAS
Javalambre Physics of the Accelerating Universe Astrophysical Survey, J-PAS, is an unprecedented photometric sky survey of 8500 deg2 visible from Javalambre in 54 narrow and 2 intermediate photometric bands covering the entire optical spectrum in combination with 3 broad photometric bands. The 2.5m mirror of the JST/T250 telescope, combined with a 1.2 Giga-pixel camera containing an array of 14 CCDs, will produce high-quality images and a unique spectral resolution over the whole area of the survey, casting a new picture of the cosmos.

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J-PLUS

The Javalambre-Photometric Local Universe Survey, J-PLUS, is an unprecedented photometric sky survey of 8500 deg2 visible from Javalambre, using a set of 12 broad, intermediate and narrow band filters. J-PLUS will be a powerful 3D view of the nearby Universe that will observe and characterize tens of millions of galaxies and stars of the Milky Way halo, with a wide range of Astrophysical applications.

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PROFUSE

The PROFUSE project uses PRObability Functions for Unbiased Statistical Estimations in multi-filter surveys with the aim of dissect the fundamental galaxy properties and of produce unbiased and accurate posterior distributions and their redshift evolution.

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Participated projects
Alhambra
ALHAMBRA-survey is a photometric survey. The survey covers a total area of 4 square degrees in the sky distributed in 8 different fields (with half a degree per field) with 20 contiguous, equal width, medium band photometric filters from 3500 Å to 9700 Å, plus the standard broad bands JHKs in the Near Infrared.

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Planck

The Planck satellite was launched on May 14th 2009 on a mission to measure the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) over the whole sky in finer detail and to a greater accuracy than has been possible before. This will allow us to measure the composition and evolution of the Universe better than ever before.

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