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					#    Next Generation Space Telescope Design Reference Mission
#   see http://www.ngst.nasa.gov/science/drm.html for updates and additional details, including links to descriptive text for each program
#   Click on the "+" to the left of the sheet to expand the individual program elements
    This file is formatted in a manner compatible with the NGST Mission Simulator
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    (NMS). Save the file as Tab delimited text to upload to the NMS.
#   Some DRM programs have been merged. Thus there is no longer a DRM1 program for example.

    File ASWG.drm               #Name of this file
    "July 19, 1999"             #Date of last revision
    2.0;                        #Version Number
    ID ASWG;                    # Name of this set of parameters


#    Program          Line                                Program                                  Target
#   ID [Pnnn]         No.                                  Name                                    Name

    DRM2
# ObsSet    Faint End of the WD Cooling Curve: History of the Local Universe; rmr@astro.columbia

    DRM3
# ObsSet    Mapping Dark Matter: Cosmology and Structure of the Universe; peter@MPA-Garching.

    DRM4
# ObsSet    Probing the IGM out to the Reionization Epoch: Cosmology and the Structure of the Un

    DRM6
# ObsSet    Microlensing in the Virgo Cluster: Cosmology and the Structure of the Universe; rix@as

    DRM7
# ObsSet    Survey of Trans-Neptunian Objects: Origin and Evolution of Planets; nicholson@astros

    DRM8
# ObsSet    Measuring the Physical Properties of KBOs: Origin and Evolution of Planets; mrieke@a

    DRM9
# ObsSet    Obscured Star Formation at High Redshifts: Origin and Evolution of Galaxies; lilly@per

    DRM12
# ObsSet      The Physics of Star Formation: Birth and Formation of Stars; tgreene@oph.arc.nasa.g

    DRM13
# ObsSet      The Origin of Sub-stellar Mass Objects: Birth and Formation of Stars; mmeyer@as.ariz

    DRM14
# ObsSet      Galaxy Evolution: Deep Imaging Survey: Origin and Evolution of Galaxies; lilly@perce

    DRM15
# ObsSet      Galaxy Evolution: Deep Spectroscopy: Origin and Evolution of Galaxies; lilly@perceva

    DRM16
# ObsSet      Galaxy Evolution: Cluster Galaxies: Origin and Evolution of Galaxies; lilly@perceval.a

    DRM17
# ObsSet      Galaxy Evolution: AGN/Galaxy connection: Origin and Evolution of Galaxies; lilly@per

    DRM18
# ObsSet      Gamma Ray Bursts and Their Hosts: Cosmology and the Structure of the Universe; sto

    DRM20
# ObsSet      Evolution of Circumstellar Disks: Birth and Formation of Stars; mmeyer@as.arizona.e

    DRM21
# ObsSet      IMF for Old Stellar Populations: History of the Local Universe; rmr@astro.columbia.ed
    DRM22
# ObsSet    Ages and Chemistry of the Oldest Stars: History of the Local Universe; rmr@astro.colu

    DRM23
# ObsSet    Detection and Characterization of Jovian Planets: Origin and Evolution of Planets; jtt@

    DRM24
# ObsSet    Explorations in Astrobiology: Birth and Formation of Stars; tgreene@mail.arc.nasa.go

    DRM26
# ObsSet    Measuring Cosmological SNe: Cosmology and the Structure of the Universe; lilly@per

    DRM30
# ObsSet    Atmospheric Studies of Brown Dwarfs: History of the Local Universe; liebert@as.arizo
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                   R.A.          Dec.       Coord.   Instrum. Lambda Spectral Spectral   S/N
                  [deg]          [deg]       Sys.     Config [microns] Res.    Range

niverse; rmr@astro.columbia.edu

verse; peter@MPA-Garching.MPG.DE

y and the Structure of the Universe; rix@as.arizona.edu

cture of the Universe; rix@as.arizona.edu

of Planets; nicholson@astrosun.tn.cornell.edu

olution of Planets; mrieke@as.arizona.edu

olution of Galaxies; lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca

ars; tgreene@oph.arc.nasa.gov

 on of Stars; mmeyer@as.arizona.edu

ution of Galaxies; lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca

on of Galaxies; lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca

of Galaxies; lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca

olution of Galaxies; lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca

Structure of the Universe; stockman@stsci.edu

Stars; mmeyer@as.arizona.edu

erse; rmr@astro.columbia.edu
cal Universe; rmr@astro.columbia.edu

and Evolution of Planets; jtt@bb4.jpl.nasa.gov

s; tgreene@mail.arc.nasa.gov

ure of the Universe; lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca

al Universe; liebert@as.arizona.edu
AB    Target Diam. Target density Req. Target   Visit   Window        Flux
Mag        ["]      [#/arcmin^2] Numbers         #       Start       (nJy)


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   ASWG           DRM
Contact/Author   Theme   Comments
Next Generation Space Telescope Design Reference Mission
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              Program                          DRM                      ASWG                      R.A.          Dec.
               Name                           Theme                     Contact                  [deg]          [deg]
Mapping Dark Matter                     Cosmology         pschneider@mpa-garching.mpg.de             12.83         -27.13
Probing IGM out to Reionization Epoch Cosmology           pjkobsen@astro.estec.esa.nl               161.28          57.33
MicroLensing in the Virgo Cluster       Cosmology         rix@as.arizona.edu                        186.72          12.73
Gamma-Ray Bursts                        Cosmology         stockman@stsci.edu                        225.00          30.00
Measuring Cosmological Parameters       Cosmology         kirshner@cfa.harvard.edu                  188.94          62.22
Survey of Trans-Neptune                 Planetary Systems nicholson@astrosun.tn.cornell.edu           0.00           0.00
Measuring the Physical Properties of KBOPlanetary Systems mrieke@as.arizona.edu                      90.00          23.50
Evolution of Circumstellar disks        Planetary Systems mmeyer@as.arizona.edu                      16.95          -9.78
The Physics of Star Formation           Star Formation    mmeyer@as.arizona.edu                     278.00         -10.00
Origin of Sub-stellar Mass Objects      Star Formation    mmeyer@as.arizona.edu                      91.94          -6.39
Deep Imaging Survey                     Galaxies          lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca          188.94          62.22
Deep Spectroscopy                       Galaxies          lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca          188.94          62.22
Cluster galaxies                        Galaxies          lilly@perceval.astro.utoronto.ca             270          66.89
AGN/Galaxy connection                   Galaxies          rfosbury@eso.org                             271          66.89
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Obscured Star Formation at High redshifts alaxies         mrieke@as.arizona.edu                     185.00          30.00
Evolution of SN rates                   Galaxies          madau@stsci.edu                           188.94          62.22
Faint End of WD Cooling Curve           M.W. History      rich@astro.ucla.edu                       287.50         -59.58
IMF for Old Stellar Pops                M.W. History      rich@astro.ucla.edu                       270.50         -30.00
Age and Chemistry of Old Halo           M.W. History      rich@astro.ucla.edu                        10.68          41.27
Supplemental DRM Programs
Dynamics & Evol.. Of ISM                 Star Formation
Detection of Extra Solar planets         Planetary Systems


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Mission
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              Instrum. Lambda Spectral    S/N         AB        Flux         Target Size Target density
               Config [microns] Res.                  Mag      (nJy)             ["]      [#/arcmin^2]
             OPT-ACCUM     0.55       5           3     30.5         2.3             0.3               0.3
             NIR-SPEC      1.26     100          10     29.0         9.1               0                 0
             OPT-ACCUM     0.81       5         250     26.5        91.2               0                 0
             NIR-ACCUM      1.2       3          10     28.5        14.5             0.2        6.00E-09
             NIR-ACCUM     1.26       3           5     34.0         0.1               0               0.3
             OPT-ACCUM     0.64       3           5     30.7         1.9               0                26
             NIR-ACCUM        5       3          10     28.4        15.8               0             0.04
             MIR-SPEC      10.2    3000         100     13.0    2.3E+07                4                 0
             MIR-ACCUM        7       5          10     24.0       912.0              10                 0
             NIR-ACCUM     1.26       5           5     30.7         1.9               0              100
             OPT-ACCUM     0.81       3           5     34.0        0.09             0.5            6000
             NIR-SPEC       3.5     100          10     31.0         1.4             0.5            1700
             OPT-ACCUM     0.81       3           5     33.0         0.2             0.5            2500
             OPT-ACCUM     0.81       3           5     33.0         0.2             0.5            2500
             MIR-ACCUM        8       3           5     28.9        10.0             0.5             0.04
             NIR-SPEC       2.1    1000          10     34.0         0.1               0                 1
             OPT-ACCUM     0.82      10           5     32.5         0.4               0                 0
             NIR-ACCUM     1.65      10          10     33.3         0.2               0                 0
             OPT-ACCUM     0.55      10           5     30.5         2.3               0                 0

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             MIR-ACCUM      10        5           5                    0.0             0                0
                                DRM

Req. Target Required # ASWG est. time
 Numbers      Visit    "Weight" (days) Comments
         0        1       0.2        65   40 fields
        10        1         1        10   10 separate fields
         0       30       0.3         5   10 Virgo fields imaged once/day, over 30 days
       100        3         1         5   Objects distributed over the entire sky possibly
         0        3         1         0   Candidates drawn from other surveys, observations spaced 6-8 weeks apart
       400        3       0.3      0.04   visits spaced over one week in time, at elongation of 77-84 deg
       100        1         1         1   Max tracking blur, 1 milliarcsec.
       120        1       0.6        50    5hrs./target x 120 targets + 20hrs./target x 30 targets follow-up
       120        1       0.6       7.5   4 MIR filters/field
        10        1         1       1.5   10 nearest SF regions, r < 1 kpc, Mon R2 coords given
      6000        1       0.3         7   single, ultra-deep field
       100        1         1        23   sample objects drawn from 16 deep imaging survey fields
     17500        1       0.3         7   targets drawn from X-ray or CMB studies
     40000        1       0.3         8   RMS offset accuracy 15 mas, targets drawn from wide surveys
       200        1       0.6         6   Single deep field
       200        1         1         0   Candidates drawn from other surveys
         0        2       0.3         6   visits separated by 6 months
         1        1         1         1
         0        1       0.2       0.5

                          0.2
       350        1       0.6             Program requires coronograph
                                885.17 total number of days requested
                                  0.97 fraction of 2.5 years
                                   ASWG




ervations spaced 6-8 weeks apart
ngation of 77-84 deg

30 targets follow-up



g survey fields

n from wide surveys




                                          fraction of 2.5 years

				
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