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Anglo-Australian Telescope

(AAT)
(3.9m reflector telescope in Australia)

The Anglo-Australian Telescope is a 3.9m Equatorial Mounted Reflector Telescope at Siding Spring Observatory, Australia, built in 1974. Among its instruments:

  • AAOmega - dual beam spectrograph.
  • HERMES, being used in GALAH.
  • IRIS2 - Wide-field Spectrograph.
  • KOALA - Integral Field Unit (IFU) for AAOmega.
  • SAMI - multiple IFU for AAOmega.
  • 2dF - Two Degree Field facility: robot fiber positioner for AAOmega.
  • Veloce - high resolution (R=80000) echelle spectrograph.

Former:

  • UCLES - University College London Echelle Spectrograph.

(telescope,reflector,ground,Australia)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-Australian_Telescope
http://www.aao.gov.au/about-us/anglo-australian-telescope

Referenced by:
GALAH
GAMA
Hawaii K-Band Galaxy Survey
HERMES
2dF Galaxy Redshift Survey (2dFGRS)
WiggleZ

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