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Tracking system of 2m LAMOST-style telescope for the Antarctic Plateau
Bozhong Gu; Guomin Wang; Xiang Jiang; Heng Zuo
2006-07-06
Source PublicationOptomechanical Technologies for Astronomy
Volume6273
Issue6273
PagesVol.6273 30-1-8
Conference Date2006-5-24
Conference PlaceOrlando, FL
Funding OrganizationThe International Society for Optical Engineering
PublisherSPIE
Abstract
The South Pole, especially the highest plateau Dome A, is the best place to locate telescopes in the world due to its compelling environment, such as dry air, low humidity, low wind speeds, low values of sky noise, etc. For this site, especially significant is its very clean air with the lowest concentration of atmospheric aerosols and its negligible artificial light pollution. But the air temperature in Dome-A is extremely low. The lowest air temperature is about 89 degrees below zero. On the other hand, Dome A is covered with deep snow. In order to build and operate a telescope at such low temperature successfully, some of the problems caused by low temperature should be considered and tested through experiments. According to the Chinese Antarctic 2m LAMOST-style telescope project, a conceptual design of tracking system for a 2 meter optical and infrared telescope fitting to operate at Dome-A, including axes structure, materials, drive systems, lubricant and feasible ways to install telescope will be discussed in this paper.
KeywordTelescope Antarctic Dome-a Structure Design
Subject Area郭守敬望远镜(lamost) ; 南极望远镜 ; 天文技术与方法
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.niaot.ac.cn/handle/114a32/458
Collection中国科学院南京天文光学技术研究所_会议论文
望远镜工程中心_会议论文
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Bozhong Gu,Guomin Wang,Xiang Jiang,et al. Tracking system of 2m LAMOST-style telescope for the Antarctic Plateau[C]:SPIE,2006:Vol.6273 30-1-8.
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