PC-Control: Telescope controlled by PC Control surveys the skies
Observatorio Astrofísico de Javalambre (OAJ), which went into operation in 2015 in the southern Aragón region of Spain, is regarded as an incredibly unique astronomical research facility. The observatory is operated by the CEFCA foundation, whose main research goal is to photometrically survey several thousand square degrees of sky. Two Javalambre telescopes with an unusually wide field of view will make it possible for the first time to record the positions of hundreds of millions of galaxies and their development in order to supply the first full 3D map of the universe. To ensure high quality and efficiency, the telescopes operate with robotic assistance, based on an industrial PC control platform.
|PC-Control: Telescope controlled by PC Control surveys the skies||EN||Sep 26, 2016||0,83 MB|
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