UArizona SuperLotis Telescope
The Kitt Peak National Observatory is located on Kitt Peak of the Quinlan Mountains in the Arizona-Sonoran Desert on the Tohono O'odham Nation. With over twenty optical and two radio telescopes, it is one of the largest gatherings of astronomical instruments in the northern hemisphere.
The UArizona SuperLotis Telescope (Livermore Optical Transient Imaging System) is a robotic telescope dedicated to the search for optical counterparts of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs). The telescope is housed in a roll-off-roof facility owned by the Steward Observatory on Kitt Peak.
|UArizona SuperLotis Telescope
|Broad Science Goals
|The search for optical counterparts of gamma-ray bursts. It is also used for the search of supernovae and general astronomy.
|Kitt Peak National Observatory, Arizona, USA
|Field of View
|Diameter: Primary M1
|Material: Primary M1
|Diameter: Secondary M2
|Material: Secondary M2
|First Light Date
|Images taken with the UArizona SuperLotis Telescope
|Images of the UArizona SuperLotis Telescope
|Videos of the UArizona SuperLotis Telescope
|Press Releases with the UArizona SuperLotis Telescope
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