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Searching for Leviathan, Part 5: TMT's Search for Leviathan
October 29th, 2019 Associate Project Manager Blog

New Answers on the Horizon Black hole science asks many questions, some of which we’ve talked about in this blog: Where do we find black holes? How “big” are they? How old? And how do they grow and change over time? Now, in our final article about these cosmic leviathans, we'll look at how TMT will help advance our understanding. As we’ll...

TMT Board of Governor Member Dr. Saku Tsuneta Visits TMT Technical Lab
October 28th, 2019 Engineering & Technology

Dr. Saku Tsuneta, Director General of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ), recently met with TMT experts at the technical laboratory in Monrovia, California. Dr. Tsuneta also serves as a member of the TMT Board of Governors, which is accountable for both financial decision-making and strategic planning for the TMT International Observatory.

TMT Common Software Successfully Passes Pre-Shipment Review
October 15th, 2019 Engineering & Technology

The Thirty Meter Telescope Common Software (CSW), which has been under development the past two years, recently passed its pre-shipment review, meaning it is consistent with its original requirements and design and is ready for its future integration within TMT’s software infrastructure.

TMT Executive Director Dr. Edward Stone Receives 2019 Shaw Prize in Astronomy
October 2nd, 2019 Science & Astronomy

TMT International Observatory Executive Director, Dr. Edward C. Stone, has been awarded the prestigious 2019 Shaw Prize in Astronomy for his leadership on the Voyager project.

TMT’s Telescope Control System Passes Preliminary Design Review
October 1st, 2019 Engineering & Technology

The TMT Telescope Control System (TCS) successfully passed its Preliminary Design Review (PDR) and is now ready to enter its final design phase.

TMT Quality Assurance Helps in the Production of High-Quality M1 Parts
September 16th, 2019 Engineering & Technology

New developments within the TMT Quality Assurance program include the acquisition of an advanced metrology system to measure to very high precision the telescope primary mirror assemblies.

Searching for Leviathan, Part 4: Active Galaxies and Jets
September 3rd, 2019 Associate Project Manager Blog

In this series of articles, we've discussed what we know about black holes—how we can find them, how old they are, what their masses are. Now, we'll describe jets that we see coming from the center of some galaxies, where we think black holes are the source.

News about TMT in Hawaii
August 22nd, 2019 Science & Astronomy

Letter to the editor that Ed Stone, TMT Executive Director; Christophe Dumas, Observatory Scientist; and Gordon Squires, Vice President External Relations wrote recently in the Honolulu Star Advertiser Newspaper - Understanding the Past, Navigating the Present, Embracing the Future -

Searching for Leviathan, Part 3: How Big?
August 19th, 2019 Associate Project Manager Blog

In previous articles in this series, we've looked at how we think black holes have formed, where they are, and how old they are. Now, let's look at how big they are.

Searching for Leviathan, Part 2: Where To Look, and How Old Is It?
August 18th, 2019 Associate Project Manager Blog

In the previous article of this series on leviathans, we looked at how we think black holes have formed. Now, let's look first at how we can find these black holes, and second at how old we think they are.

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