Submillimetre Astronomy with the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope
Davis, G.; Chrysostomou, A.
Citation: Davis , G & Chrysostomou , A 2007 , ' Submillimetre Astronomy with the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope ' . in Procs IEEE/MTT-S Int Microwave Symposium . vol. 1856 , IEEE , pp. 1853-1856 , IEEE/MTT-S Int Microwave Symposium , Honolulu , United Kingdom , 3-8 June . , 10.1109/MWSYM.2007.380112
The James Clerk Maxwell Telescope is the world's largest dish designed specifically for use at submillimetre wavelengths (0.3-3 mm). It is also, by any objective measure, the world's most productive submillimetre observatory. The telescope, the site, the instrumentation suite and the future scientific programme are presented in this paper.
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