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Hubble Space Telescope
Faint Object Camera

The Faint Object Camera (FOC) was one of the 4 original axial instruments aboard the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). The FOC was designed to take imaging observations of astrophysical sources from the near ultraviolet to the near infrared (1150 to 6500 Angstroms). The instrument was removed from HST during Servicing Mission 3B in March, 2002.

These pages present documentation and calibration resources for researchers interested in using archival FOC data.