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Spitzer Space Telescope, observing time for Dr. Caputi

16 December 2014

Dr. Karina Caputi, Assistant Professor at the Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, has been awarded 1776.5 hours of observing time on the Spitzer Space Telescope for her Exploration Science Program "SMUVS: Spitzer Matching Survey of the UltraVISTA ultra-deep Stripes". This program, led by Caputi, will allow her and her team to collect ultra-deep Spitzer data over 0.6 square degrees of the COSMOS field. SMUVS is the largest approved Spitzer program ever led by a European-based investigator.

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