The Two Micron All-Sky Survey is a
survey of the entire sky by two telescopes,
in Mt. Hopkins, Arizona and Cerro Tololo, Chile.
The sky was imaged in three bands: J (1.25um),
H (1.65um), and K(s)(2.17um), i.e., the JHK Photometric System (JHK).
Final data was released in 2003.
Targets included galaxies obscured by
Milky Way light, Brown Dwarves (BD),
Low Mass Stars, and general cataloging.
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|1.25um||240THz||992meV||begin||Two Micron All-Sky Survey|
|2.17um||138THz||571meV||end||Two Micron All-Sky Survey|
|2MASS||2MASS J07200325-0846499||Two Micron All-Sky Survey|| |
|2MASX||2MASX J00482185-2507365||Two Micron All-Sky Survey||"Extended source catalogue"|
Infrared Survey Facility (IRSF)
JHK Photometric System (JHK)