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Advanced Technology Large-Aperture Space Telescope (ATLAST): A Technology Roadmap for the Next Decade

@article{Postman2009AdvancedTL,
  title={Advanced Technology Large-Aperture Space Telescope (ATLAST): A Technology Roadmap for the Next Decade},
  author={M. Postman and V. Argabright and Bill R. Arnold and D. Aronstein and P. Atcheson and Morley M. Blouke and Tom Brown and D. Calzetti and W. Cash and M. Clampin and D. Content and D. Dailey and R. Danner and R. Doxsey and D. Ebbets and P. Eisenhardt and L. Feinberg and A. Fruchter and M. Giavalisco and T. Glassman and Q. Gong and J. Green and J. Grunsfeld and T. Gull and Greg Hickey and R. Hopkins and John F. Hraba and T. Hyde and I. Jordan and J. Kasdin and S. Kendrick and S. Kilston and A. Koekemoer and Bob Korechoff and J. Krist and J. Mather and C. Lillie and A. Lo and R. Lyon and Peter E. McCullough and Gary E. Mosier and M. Mountain and Bill Oegerle and B. Pasquale and L. Purves and Cecelia Penera and R. Polidan and D. Redding and K. Sahu and B. Saif and Ken Sembach and Mike Shull and Scott Smith and G. Sonneborn and D. Spergel and P. Stahl and K. Stapelfeldt and H. Thronson and Gary Thronton and J. Townsend and W. Traub and S. Unwin and J. Valenti and R. Vanderbei and M. Werner and R. Wesenberg and J. Wiseman and B. Woodgate},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2009}
}
  • M. Postman, V. Argabright, +65 authors B. Woodgate
  • Published 2009
  • Engineering, Physics
  • arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics
  • The Advanced Technology Large-Aperture Space Telescope (ATLAST) is a set of mission concepts for the next generation of UVOIR space observatory with a primary aperture diameter in the 8-m to 16-m range that will allow us to perform some of the most challenging observations to answer some of our most compelling questions, including "Is there life elsewhere in the Galaxy?" We have identified two different telescope architectures, but with similar optical designs, that span the range in viable… CONTINUE READING
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