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Progress Report on the Performance of the Multiple Mirror Telescope

  • Jacques M. Beckers (a1) and Bobby L. Ulich (a1)

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The MMT utilizes a number of most unusual features many of which will probably be included in future advanced technology telescopes. We report here on the performance of these unconventional functions as we have determined them until now.

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Progress Report on the Performance of the Multiple Mirror Telescope

  • Jacques M. Beckers (a1) and Bobby L. Ulich (a1)

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