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9 July 2018 Overview of the East Asia ALMA development program
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ALMA has already produced many impressive and scientifically compelling results. However, continuous technical upgrades and development are key for ALMA to continue to lead astronomical research through the 2020-2030 decade and beyond. The East Asia ALMA development program consists of the execution of short term projects, and the planning and initial studies for longer term developments that are essential for future upgrades. We present an overview of all these ongoing East Asia ALMA development projects and upgrade studies, which aim to maintain and even increase the outstanding scientific impact of ALMA in the near future and over the coming decades.
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S. Asayama, A. Gonzalez, H. Kiuchi, T. Kojima, M. Kroug, W. Shan, G. Kosugi, D. Iono, and S. Iguchi "Overview of the East Asia ALMA development program", Proc. SPIE 10708, Millimeter, Submillimeter, and Far-Infrared Detectors and Instrumentation for Astronomy IX, 1070837 (9 July 2018);


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