AST3-2 Antarctic Telescope

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Approximately 15TB of AST3-2 optical g-band raw image data obtained with the Chinese AST3-2 telescope during 2016 has been made available through the University of New South Wales. AST3-2 is a 0.5m aperture optical telescope located at Dome A in Antarctica and partly funding By the Australian Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy NCRIS.

For more information, please contact: Professor Michael Ashley, Department of Astrophysics, University of New South: m.ashley [email protected] unsw.edu.au


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