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Title: Science with Indian Astronomical Observatory, Hanle
Authors: Prabhu, T. P
Anupama, G. C
Keywords: Observat.ories - high altitude;Optical astronomy;Infrared astronomy;Gamma ray astronomy
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Astronomical Society of India
Citation: Ojha, D. K., ed., Interstellar matter and star formation: a multi-wavelength Perspective, An international workshop held as part of the Homi Bhabha Birth Centenary Celebrations, Hyderabad, India Oct 5-7, 2009, pp. 193-201
Series/Report no.: ASI Conference Series, Vol. 1
Abstract: Indian Astronomical 0 bserva,tory, Hanle, is the high altitude (4500 in above msl) observat.ory operated by the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore. The 2-m Himalayan Chandra Telescope (HCT) inst.alled in the autumn of 2000 as a first step towards a national large telescope is operat.ed remotely from Bangalore. HCT data has resulted in 70 research publications till date, with average citations of 9.2 per paper. Some of the results are described in this brief review. The development of this high altitude site has also attracted other facilities in the area of Very High Energy gamma ray astronomy using atmospheric Cerenkov technique, and also in earth sciences. Keywords:
Description: Restricted Access
ISBN: 978-81-8465-441-7
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