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February 6th, 2020

From Left: Tatsuki Endo (TMT-Japan), Janani Varadhachari (ITCC), Shuji Samizo (Nippon Express) and Nikhil Naik (ITCC)

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February 6th, 2020

All delivered TMT blanks are stored in India TMT Optics Fabrication Facility (ITOFF) inspection area, at IIA Crest Campus, Bengaluru.

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January 22nd, 2020

The M3 system includes the M3 Blank, the M3 Mirror (a 3.5m by 2.5m flat elliptical mirror), the upper portion of the tertiary mirror (M3) system Tower, the M3 Cell Assembly, the M3 Positioner Assembly, the interface hardware between the M3 System and the Telescope Assembly, and support for receiving, assembly, inspection and verification of the M3 System onto the TMT Telescope at the Observatory. TMT M3S will approximately weigh 12 tons.

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January 22nd, 2020

From Left: Robert Anderson, Fernando Santoro, Hugh Thompson, Guo Peng (CIOMP), John Rogers, Jiang Haibo (CIOMP), Tomas Chylek, Glen Cole, Tim Campbell (Campbell Consulting), Gary Muller (GMT), Fengchuan Liu, Luo Xiao (CIOMP), Myung Cho (NOAO). Remote Participants: Liu Jing (CIOMP) and Zhang Shixue (CIOMP)

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January 22nd, 2020

From left to right: Hu Haixiang, Luo Xiao, Qi Erhui, Hu Haifei Engineers from TMT China Changchun Group, in charge of the fabrication of TMT M3, are testing epoxy bonding pads on a 1/4 M3 prototype in Changchun lab.

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January 22nd, 2020

Located in the center of the primary mirror, M3 is used to fold and steer the light path coming down from the secondary mirror, so the science beam can be delivered to any of the instruments active on the telescope.

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January 7th, 2020

US ELT group picture at the 235th American Astronomical Society Meeting in Honolulu on January 2020, featuring representatives of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) National Optical Infrared Astronomy Research Laboratory (NOIRLab), the Giant Magellan Telescope Organization (GMTO), and the TMT International Observatory (TIO). [ From top left: Amanda Kocz, Director of Communications (GMTO); Rebecca Bernstein, Project Scientist (GMTO); Chris Martin, TIO SAC Member, Caltech Professor; Christophe Dumas, TMT Observatory Scientist & Head of Operations (TIO); Gary Sanders, TMT Project Manager (TIO); Mike Bolte, TIO Board of Directors, UCSC Professor; Sandra Dawson, Manager Hawaii Community Affairs (TIO); Fengchuan Liu, TMT Deputy Project Manager (TIO); Warren Skidmore, Instrumentation System Scientist (TIO); Pat McCarthy, Director NSF National OIR Astronomy Research Laboratory (AURA); Mark Dickinson, US-ELT Program Scientist (AURA); Taft Armandroff, Vice-Chair GMTO Board of Directors; Heidy Kelman, Mechanical Design Engineer (GMTO); Jim Fanson, GMT Project Manager (GMTO); Sydney Wolff, US-ELT Program Director; Caty Pilachowski, TIO Board of Directors (AURA); Gordon Squires, Head Communication & Vice President External Affairs (TIO) ]

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December 20th, 2019

Happy and Healthy Holiday Season!!

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December 11th, 2019

Two TMT Primary Segment Assemblies fitted with aluminum mirror segments have been successfully installed into the Multi-Segment Integration & Test facility at the TMT lab.

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December 9th, 2019

Group picture of TMT Science Forum 2019, held on the campus of Xiamen University in China, November 2019.

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December 4th, 2019

The science cases and instrument design of one of TMT’s first decade instruments, the High Resolution Optical Spectrograph (HROS) were discussed during a workshop on the day before the Forum in China. This workshop was aimed at facilitating the definition of HROS main science requirements and the building of its core science team.


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