The Horsehead Nebula in Infrared
The Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) is a fourth-generation UVIS/IR imager aboard the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). WFC3 was installed in May 2009 during HST servicing mission 4, and replaces the Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2).
The UVIS and IR Channels are operating nominally.
Late Breaking News from the Last 45 Days
Please note that the default aperture radius for WFC3/UVIS is 0.4 arcsec (90% of encircled energy). For 80% of encircled energy, use an aperture with radius 0.2 arcsec, comparable to the ACS default.
Quick-Start Advice to Run Reverse Correction for CTE now available here: CTE Tools
WFC3 Throughput are now available as text files: Throughput Tables
Documents added in the last 45 days
H. Gunning, S. Baggett 14 Apr 2014
J. Biretta and M. Bourque 10 Apr 2014
G. Brammer, N. Pirzkal, P. McCullough, J. MacKenty 08 Apr 2014
J. Anderson 04 Apr 2014
WFC3 31 Mar 2014
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