Astrophysics from Dome A

N. F H Tothill, C. A. Kulesa, Christopher K Walker, M. C B Ashley, C. Bonner, X. Cui, J. Everett, L. Feng, S. Hengst, J. Hu, Z. Jiang, J. S. Lawrence, Y. Li, D. Luong-Van, A. M. Moore, C. Pennypacker, W. Qin, R. Riddle, J. W V Storey, Z. Shang & 9 others B. Sun, T. Travouillon, L. Wang, Z. Xu, H. Yang, J. Yan, D. G. York, X. Yuan, Z. Zhu

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Abstract

Dome A, the summit of the Antarctic plateau, is expected to have even better atmospheric conditions for ground-based astronomy than Dome C. Instruments to evaluate and exploit Dome A's astronomical potential must operate within logistical constraints, which are currently very stringent. Instrumentation now at Dome A exemplifies the techniques and solutions required by this environment. Future instrumentation and infrastructure will allow the qualities of the site to be exploited much more fully.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationEAS Publications Series
Pages301-306
Number of pages6
Volume33
DOIs
StatePublished - 2008

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NameEAS Publications Series
Volume33
ISSN (Print)16334760
ISSN (Electronic)16381963

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Tothill, N. F. H., Kulesa, C. A., Walker, C. K., Ashley, M. C. B., Bonner, C., Cui, X., ... Zhu, Z. (2008). Astrophysics from Dome A. In EAS Publications Series (Vol. 33, pp. 301-306). (EAS Publications Series; Vol. 33). https://doi.org/10.1051/eas:0833045

Astrophysics from Dome A. / Tothill, N. F H; Kulesa, C. A.; Walker, Christopher K; Ashley, M. C B; Bonner, C.; Cui, X.; Everett, J.; Feng, L.; Hengst, S.; Hu, J.; Jiang, Z.; Lawrence, J. S.; Li, Y.; Luong-Van, D.; Moore, A. M.; Pennypacker, C.; Qin, W.; Riddle, R.; Storey, J. W V; Shang, Z.; Sun, B.; Travouillon, T.; Wang, L.; Xu, Z.; Yang, H.; Yan, J.; York, D. G.; Yuan, X.; Zhu, Z.

EAS Publications Series. Vol. 33 2008. p. 301-306 (EAS Publications Series; Vol. 33).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Tothill, NFH, Kulesa, CA, Walker, CK, Ashley, MCB, Bonner, C, Cui, X, Everett, J, Feng, L, Hengst, S, Hu, J, Jiang, Z, Lawrence, JS, Li, Y, Luong-Van, D, Moore, AM, Pennypacker, C, Qin, W, Riddle, R, Storey, JWV, Shang, Z, Sun, B, Travouillon, T, Wang, L, Xu, Z, Yang, H, Yan, J, York, DG, Yuan, X & Zhu, Z 2008, Astrophysics from Dome A. in EAS Publications Series. vol. 33, EAS Publications Series, vol. 33, pp. 301-306. https://doi.org/10.1051/eas:0833045
Tothill NFH, Kulesa CA, Walker CK, Ashley MCB, Bonner C, Cui X et al. Astrophysics from Dome A. In EAS Publications Series. Vol. 33. 2008. p. 301-306. (EAS Publications Series). https://doi.org/10.1051/eas:0833045
Tothill, N. F H ; Kulesa, C. A. ; Walker, Christopher K ; Ashley, M. C B ; Bonner, C. ; Cui, X. ; Everett, J. ; Feng, L. ; Hengst, S. ; Hu, J. ; Jiang, Z. ; Lawrence, J. S. ; Li, Y. ; Luong-Van, D. ; Moore, A. M. ; Pennypacker, C. ; Qin, W. ; Riddle, R. ; Storey, J. W V ; Shang, Z. ; Sun, B. ; Travouillon, T. ; Wang, L. ; Xu, Z. ; Yang, H. ; Yan, J. ; York, D. G. ; Yuan, X. ; Zhu, Z. / Astrophysics from Dome A. EAS Publications Series. Vol. 33 2008. pp. 301-306 (EAS Publications Series).
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