Development status of the SOXS spectrograph for the ESO-NTT telescope

P. Schipani, S. Campana, R. Claudi, M. Aliverti, A. Baruffolo, S. Ben-Ami, F. Biondi, G. Capasso, R. Cosentino, F. D'Alessio, P. D'Avanzo, O. Hershko, H. Kuncarayakti, M. Landoni, M. Munari, G. Pignata, A. Rubin, S. Scuderi, F. Vitali, D. YoungJ. Achrén, J. A. Araiza-Duran, I. Arcavi, A. Brucalassi, R. Bruch, E. Cappellaro, M. Colapietro, M. della Valle, M. de Pascale, R. Di Benedetto, S. D'Orsi, A. Gal-Yam, M. Genoni, M. Hernandez, J. Kotilainen, G. Li Causi, L. Marty, S. Mattila, K. Radhakrishnan, M. Rappaport, D. Ricci, M. Riva, B. Salasnich, S. Savarese, S. Smartt, R. Zanmar Sanchez, M. Stritzinger, H. Ventura, L. Pasquini, M. Schöller, H. U. Käufl, M. Accardo, L. Mehrgan, E. Pompei

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SOXS (Son Of X-Shooter) is a single object spectrograph, characterized by offering a wide simultaneous spectral coverage from U- to H-band, built by an international consortium for the 3.6-m ESO New Technology Telescope at the La Silla Observatory, in the Southern part of the Chilean Atacama Desert. The consortium is focussed on a clear scientific goal: the spectrograph will observe all kind of transient and variable sources discovered by different surveys with a highly flexible schedule, updated daily, based on the Target of Opportunity concept. It will provide a key spectroscopic partner to any kind of imaging survey, becoming one of the premier transient follow-up instruments in the Southern hemisphere. SOXS will study a mixture of transients encompassing all distance scales and branches of astronomy, including fast alerts (such as gamma-ray bursts and gravitational waves), mid-term alerts (such as supernovae and X-ray transients), and fixed-time events (such as the close-by passage of a minor planet or exoplanets). It will also have the scope to observe active galactic nuclei and blazars, tidal disruption events, fast radio bursts, and more. Besides of the consortium programs on guaranteed time, the instrument is offered to the ESO community for any kind of astrophysical target. The project has passed the Final Design Review and is currently in manufacturing and integration phase. This paper describes the development status of the project.

Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaGround-Based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy VIII
EditoresChristopher J. Evans, Julia J. Bryant, Kentaro Motohara
EditorialSPIE
ISBN (versión digital)9781510636811
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2020
EventoGround-Based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy VIII 2020 - Virtual, Online, Estados Unidos
Duración: 14 dic 202022 dic 2020

Serie de la publicación

NombreProceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
Volumen11447
ISSN (versión impresa)0277-786X
ISSN (versión digital)1996-756X

Conferencia

ConferenciaGround-Based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy VIII 2020
País/TerritorioEstados Unidos
CiudadVirtual, Online
Período14/12/2022/12/20

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  • Ingeniería eléctrica y electrónica

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