APO Mailing Lists
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exploder works, and how it should be used.
The following e-mail exploders are no longer functional, but old
messages posted to them are kept here for archival purposes. All
discussions of the APO 3.5m should be sent to apo35-general.
- The general APO 3.5m mailing list, for discussions of general interest
to the 3.5m community.
- Discussions about various mechanical aspects of the telescope
itself, and related structures (dome, control room, etc.)
- Discussions about the Double Imaging Spectrograph.
- Discussions about the Near Infrared Grism Spectrometer and
- DSC and SPICAM
- Discussions about the Drift Scan Camera, and its replacement, SPICAM.
- Discussions about the Echelle.
- Gamma-Ray Bursts
- Discussions about Gamma-Ray Burst and other synoptic observations
- Discussions about the offset guider.
- Discussions about the proposed AMBER instrument at APO.
- Discussions about the Monitor Telescope at APO.
- Discussion about various computer-related issues at APO, both
hardware and software. This would include discussion of the remote
Other relevant links:
- Discussions about the High Resolution Imager.
- Documents from Chris Stubbs and team (September-October 1996) on various aspects of the
- Here is a report (May 13, 1996) on engineering
tests of DIS by NMSU people.
- Here is an updated report (February 3, 1997) on
DIS and GRIMII following the realuminization of the primary,
secondary, and tertiary mirrors.
Is a report from Chris Stubbs on the status of the telescope as of
June 1996, in dvi format.
- Three Year Plan
- The three-year plan for the observatory, from Alan Uomoto,
- Three Year Plan Update
- A progress report on the 3-year plan, from Chris Stubbs,
- 60 Hz Noise in DIS
- A report from Alan Uomoto about fixes to the 60 Hz noise problem
of DIS; April 1997.
- Eric Deutsch's
web page containing a very useful compilation of 3.5m information.
- APO Home Page
- The home page of the observatory itself, with substantial
information about instruments, etc.