SMARTS 0.9-meter Telescope

 

The SMARTS Consortium operates four small telescopes on Cerro Tololo in Chile. Membership in SMARTS is open to individuals or institutions, including international partners.

For scientists: More details can be found on the science page.

 

SMARTS 0.9-meter Telescope

Name(s) SMARTS 0.9-meter Telescope
Status Operational
Broad Science Goals  
Site Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, Chile 
Location Coordinates 30º10′07.90’S
70º48.23.86’W
Altitude 2241 meters (7340 feet)
Enclosure  
Type  
Optical Design Cassegrain Telescope
Field of View  
Diameter: Primary M1 0.9 meters
Material: Primary M1  
Diameter: Secondary M2  
Material: Secondary M2  
Mount Off-axis asymmetrical
First Light Date  
Adaptive Optics  
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