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A Plan for a New Generation 2 m-Class Telescope in Indonesia*

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 April 2016

Karel A. Van Der Hucht
Affiliation:
Space Research Laboratory, The Astronomical Institute at Utrecht, Holland
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Abstract

One of the prime astrophysical interests of the Observatorium Bosscha is, and has always been, double star research: visual double star research with the double-60 cm Zeiss telescope (dedicated in 1928), and theoretical research of evolved massive spectroscopic binaries (since 1972). For one thing, this is the very reason that this IAU Colloquium No. 80, celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Observatorium Bosscha in Lembang, is devoted to binary astrophysics.

Up to now, visual, photographic, and photometric tools have been used for binary research at the Observatorium Bosscha. An important, essential additional tool for binary research is spectrographic equipment, in order to measure radial velocities of binary components.

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Copyright © Reidel 1984

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Paper presented at the Lembang-Bamberg IAU Colloquium No. 80 on ‘Double Stars: Physical Properties and Generic Relations', held at Bandung, Indonesia 3-7 June, 1983.

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* Paper presented at the Lembang-Bamberg IAU Colloquium No. 80 on ‘Double Stars: Physical Properties and Generic Relations', held at Bandung, Indonesia 3-7 June, 1983.

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