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A unique truss for large segmented-mirror telescope
Xuefei Gong; Kunxing Chen; Xiangqun Cui
Source PublicationOptomechanical Technologies for Astronomy
PagesVol.6273 37-1-9
Conference Date2006-5-24
Conference PlaceOrlando, FL
Funding OrganizationThe International Society for Optical Engineering
With the development of large segmented-mirror telescopes, the segmented-mirror support technology has been researched and used widely and successfully. Besides the sub-mirror cell used to support single sub-mirror, the whole truss for supporting all the sub-mirrors also has been developed gradually. Different from the backup structure of radio telescope, the truss of optical segmented-mirror telescope needs not only huge spatial dimension but also high precision and long-term stability. In this paper, the spatial topology of truss and selection of node type have been introduced, at the same time, through the design and assembling of the primary mirror truss of LAMOST, some experiences have been also shared.
KeywordAstronomical Telescope Mirror Truss Node Type Assembly And Test
Subject Area郭守敬望远镜(lamost) ; 天文技术与方法
Document Type会议论文
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Xuefei Gong,Kunxing Chen,Xiangqun Cui. A unique truss for large segmented-mirror telescope[C]:SPIE,2006:Vol.6273 37-1-9.
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