Write the organization’s mission and vision
statement, as well as set the short- and long-term goals and objectives.
Use the SWOT analysis from the Week 2 team assignment to develop the plan’s mission, vision, and goals.
Consider the following in your development:
Formulation of specific goal time frames
Process for determining goal success
Strategy for giving and receiving feedback
Write a 2- to 3-page (minimum) strategic plan for the department or organization selected in the Week 2
tracers and higher resolution imaging. 1.2 – Filaments Further substructure of MC’s has been noted since as early as the 1970’s, but limits in available observational technology have meant that only recently has the filamentary nature of MC’s been deemed ubiquitous across the ISM. The launch of the Herschel space telescope and subsequent observations of filamentary structure defined the beginning of a new era of observational techniques for studying MC’s and their substructure. 1.2.1 – The Herschel Space Telescope The Herschel Space Observatory was launched in May 2009, and was the largest telescope of its kind, carrying a passively cooled 3.5 diameter mirror and the only space observatory to cover from FIR to sub-mm wavebands (Pilbratt 2010). The telescope instrumentation comprises of two direct detection cameras/spectrometers; the Photodetector Array Camera and Spectrometer (PACS) which measures 55-210m in 3 bands and was used to map regions with visual extinction Av >6 and the Spectral and Photometric Imaging Receiver (SPIRE), which measures from 200-670m in 3 bands and was used to map regions of Av>3. However, both can map regions down to Av≈1. (Andre 2010a) The final component of the telescope is a high resolution heterodyne spectrometer (HIFI), working in a wavelength range of 157-625m, which is used to translate the frequency range. During its 4-year operation time, 95% of the available Herschel Space Observatory time was allotted to 21 key programs (KP), one of which was The Herschel Gould Belt Survey (HGBS). The HBGS is of primary relevance to this dissertation, and results published from this KP will be used in further discussion of the filamentary nature of molecular clouds. The Gould Belt is a relatively close (<0.5kpc) molecular cloud complex loc>GET ANSWER