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LAMOST project and its current status
Hongjun Su; Xiangqun Cui
Source PublicationLarge Ground-based Telescopes
PagesVol.4837 26-35
Conference Date2002-8-22
Conference PlaceHawaii USA
Funding OrganizationThe International Society for Optical Engineering
The Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) is a quasi-meridian reflecting Schmidt telescope with a clear aperture of 4-meter, a focal length of 20-meter and a field of view of 5-degree, dedicated for spectroscopic sky survey. The telescope will be located at the Xinglong Station of National Astronomical Observatory,
China, as a national facility open to the astronomical community. The project was planned to be completed in 2004,with its budget of RMB 235 millions yuan (about 28 M$).

The project is well in progress, with various sub-systems and their parts in critical reviews or kick-out for manufacturing early or late. Here we report the current status of the project generally. Other authors in this conference will describe details for individual parts of the project.
KeywordAstronomical Telescope Active Optics Multi-fiber Spectroscopy
Subject Area郭守敬望远镜(lamost)
Document Type会议论文
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