Publications

ADS Public Library for the US-ELTP

The US-ELTP public library in ADS includes ADS records for refereed and nonrefereed publications that reference the US-ELTP.

Recent Publications

SPIE 2022 Presentations

  • Fanson, J., et al. 2022, Overview and status of the Giant Magellan Telescope project, Proc. SPIE, 12182, 121821C, doi:10.1117/12.2631694 
  • Lemoine-Busserolle, M., Dickinson, M. E., Bolton, A. S., Chené, A.-N., Willman, B., Norman, D. J., Serio, A. W., Berukoff, S., Dumas, C., Goodrich, R. W., Trancho, G., 2022, DRAW in the US Extremely large Telescope Program Platform, Proc. SPIE, 12186, 121860F, doi.org/10.1117/12.2629616
  • Sacco, T., Norman, D., 2022, The US-ELTP research inclusion collaboration toolkit, Proc. SPIE, 12186, 1218605, doi.org/10.1117/12.2630189
  • Serio, A. W., Lemoine-Busserolle, M., Berukoff, S., 2022, NSF's NOIRLab US-ELTP verification and validation process: Part 1 of 3 PDR stage, Proc. SPIE, 12187, 121871E, doi.org/10.1117/12.2630565
  • Serio, A. W., Lemoine-Busserolle, M., Berukoff, S., 2022, NSF's NOIRLab US-ELTP novel approach to requirements management using R4J: requirements for Jira, Proc. SPIE, 12187, 121870N, doi.org/10.1117/12.2630562
  • Trancho, G., et al., 2022, TMT systems engineering evolution in the last decade, Proc. SPIE,12187, 121870, doi:10.1117/12.2631603
  • Weiss, J., Gillies, K. Subramanian, S., Ahmed, M. 2022, TMT observatory software construction update, Proc. SPIE, 12189, 1218918, doi:10.1117/12.2630766

Decadal Survey on Astronomy and Astrophysics 2020

Decadal Survey on Astronomy and Astrophysics 2020 (Astro2020)

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2021. Pathways to Discovery in Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 2020s. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26141.

Pathways to Discovery in Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 2020s identifies the most compelling science goals and presents an ambitious program of ground- and space-based activities for future investment in the next decade and beyond. The decadal survey identifies three important science themes for the next decade aimed at investigating Earth-like extrasolar planets, the most energetic processes in the universe, and the evolution of galaxies. The Astro2020 report also recommends critical near-term actions to support the foundations of the profession as well as the technologies and tools needed to carry out the science.

AAS Presentations

AAS #241 meeting, January 2023

 

AAS #240 meeting, June 2022

 

AAS #237 virtual meeting, January 2021

US-ELTP session (14 January 2021)

 

AAS #235, Honolulu, January 2020

Evening US-ELTP open house (5 January 2020)
Daytime US-ELTP session (7 January 2020)

 

AAS #233, Seattle, January 2019

Daytime US-ELTP session presentations (7 January 2019)
Evening US-ELTP open house presentations (7 January 2019)

 

NOIRLab Newsletter Articles

Bolton, A. S, Wolff, S., Norman, D., Dickinson, M.. "Community Science and Community Data: Past, Present, and Future," The NOIRLab Mirror, June 2020, p. 24.

Chene, A.N., Lemoine-Busserolle, M. "US Astronomy Community Surveys for the US-ELTP," The NOIRLab Mirror, January 2023, p. 30.

Dickinson, M., 2022, "The US Extremely Large Telescope Program," The NOIRLab Mirror, June 2022, p. 30.

Dickinson, M. "Key Science Programs for the US Extremely Large Telescope Program," NOAO Newsletter, June 2019, p. 16.

Dickinson, M., Silva, D.. "The US Extremely Large Telescope Program," NOAO Newsletter, October 2018, p. 13.

 

NOIRLab Press Releases

"US-ELTP Director and Former NOAO Director Sidney Wolff Retires" - 19 November 2021

"US Extremely Large Telescope Program Supports Vision of Decadal Survey" - 05 November 2021

"Joint Statement Regarding the Submission of the “Planning and Design for a US Extremely Large Telescope Program” Proposals to the National Science Foundation" - 12 August 2020

 

NOIRLab Brochures

U.S. Extremely Large Telescope Program - June 2022

 

Updated: 18 January 2023