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The History of Large Single Dish Projects and Lessons Learned

by Davis Murphy last modified Aug 08, 2018 by Mark Adams

IAU General Assembly 2018, Vienna
Commission B4
IAU/URSI Working Group on Historic Radio Astronomy 


The History of Large Single Dish Projects and Lessons Learned

Monday, 27 August 2018, 13.30 – 17.00

 

Chair: Richard Wielebinski
13.30-14.00 Review of The Evolution of Large Single Dishes Jaap Baars
14.00-14.20 The Jodrell Bank Telescopes Simon Garrington
14.20-14.40 The Parkes Telescope Douglas Bock
14.40-15.00 The Effelsberg Telescope Axel Kraus
15.00-15.30 Coffee Break
Chair: Richard Schilizzi
15.30-16.00  The Largest Feasible Steerable Telescope Ken Kellermann
16.00-16.20 The Pico Veleta Telescope Carsten Kramer
16.20-16.40 The Large Millimeter Telescope in Mexico David Hughes
16.40-17.00 The Five-Hundred-Meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) Bo Peng