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RC20 telescope for Hiroshima Astrophysical Science Center / Japan 
Location Tibet at 5100 meters.

Alluna Optics delivered a RC20 telescope for the Hiroshima Astrophysical Science Center in Japan. To accommodate a larger instrument load up to 50 kg the back of the telescope has been adjusted accordingly. In addition, the telescope was a provided at the customerís request with a Zerodur optics extended back focus. 

Hinotori is one of the projects at the Hiroshima Astrophysical Science Center, Hiroshima University. A new robotic three-colour simultaneous imaging camera is used here. The main purpose of this imaging is to show activity of transient objects. Together with other institutions, such as the 1.5-meter Kanata telescope a global network for continuous monitoring of transient objects has been set up. Commissioning for text purposes will take place in 2014 on the 1.5 meter Kanata telescope. In 2015, the installation will be placed in its final location in Tibet at an altitude of 5100 meters.

First test after delivery

Assembly of Alluna RC20 of the 1.5 meter Kanata telescope 
 
 


Alluna Optics RC20 on 1,5 m Telescope

 

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