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10 July 2018 LSST camera - integration and test subsystem: planning and status
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The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, under construction in Chile, is an 8.4 m optical survey telescope with a dedicated 3.2 Giga-pixel camera. The design and construction of the camera is spearheaded at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and here we present a general overview of the camera integration and test activities. An overview of the methodologies used for the planning and management of this subsystem will be given, along with a high-level summary of the status of the major pieces of I&T hardware. Finally a brief update will be given on the current state of the LSST Camera integration and testing program.
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Tim Bond, Aaron Roodman, Kevin Reil, Travis Lange, Martin Nordby, Scott Newbry, Margaux Lopez, Boyd Bowdish, Vincent Lee, Diane Hascall, John Munoz, Stuart Marshall, Andy Rasmussen, Seth Digel, Yousouke Utsumi, and Adam Snyder "LSST camera - integration and test subsystem: planning and status", Proc. SPIE 10705, Modeling, Systems Engineering, and Project Management for Astronomy VIII, 107050E (10 July 2018);


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