Ermanno F. Borra, Paul Hickson and Jean Surdej
Early next year, the International Liquid Mirror Telescope—a collaboration between astronomical institutions in Belgium, Canada and India—will see first light. The instrument will provide substantial, in-depth sky coverage and make an unprecedented number of nightly observations.
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Publish Date: 01 April 2009
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