EAS Publications Series
Volume 45, 2010GAIA: At the Frontiers of Astrometry
|Page(s)||135 - 140|
|Published online||15 February 2011|
C. Turon, F. Meynadier and F. Arenou (eds)
EAS Publications Series, 45 (2010) 135-140
Nano-JASMINE: use of AGIS for the next astrometric satellite
1 Department of Physics, Kyoto University, Oiwake-cho
Kita-Shirakawa, Kyoto 606-8502, Japan
2 JASMINE project office, National Astronomical Observatory JAPAN, Osawa Mitaka Tokyo, 181-8588, Japan
3 European Space Astronomy Center, European Space Agency, Madrid, Spain
The core data reduction for the Nano-JASMINE mission is planned to be done with Gaia’s Astrometric Global Iterative Solution (AGIS). The collaboration started at 2007 prompted by Uwe Lammers’ proposal. In addition to similar design and operating principles of the two missions, this is possible thanks to the encapsulation of all Gaia-specific aspects of AGIS in a Parameter Database. Nano-JASMINE will be the test bench for Gaia AGIS software. We present this idea in detail and the necessary practical steps to make AGIS work with Nano-JASMINE data. We also show the key mission parameters, goals, and status of the data reduction for the Nano-JASMINE.
© EAS, EDP Sciences 2011
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