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William Herschel Telescope

AOLI: Adaptive Optics Lucky Imager

First light: 24 September 2013.

Designed and built by: IAC, IoA, UTPC, Univ. Cologne and Univ. La Laguna

Description: The Adaptive Optics Lucky Imager is an instrument developed to deliver the highest spatial resolution ever obtained in astrophysics in the visible, ~20 mas, from ground-based telescopes.


Scientific and technical impact:

Scientific highlights (2)

Publications (ING count: 14)

Public dissemination:

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Photo archive (1)

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Last modified: 27 April 2021