16 August 2000 Development of MegaCam, the next-generation wide-field imaging camera for the 3.6-m Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope
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MegaCam is the new wide-field imaging camera currently being built for the new prime focus of the 3.6m Canada-France- Hawaii Telescope. The camera will offer a 1 square degree field of view and is built around a mosaic of 40 2K by 4.5K CCD devices. The delivery of the CCDs is proceeding along the schedule, the project passe dits final design review and the realization phase started, for an expected delivery to CFHT in Summer 2001.
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Olivier Boulade, Olivier Boulade, Xavier Charlot, Xavier Charlot, P. Abbon, P. Abbon, Stephan Aune, Stephan Aune, Pierre Borgeaud, Pierre Borgeaud, Pierre-Henri Carton, Pierre-Henri Carton, M. Carty, M. Carty, D. Desforge, D. Desforge, Dominique Eppele, Dominique Eppele, Pascal Gallais, Pascal Gallais, L. Gosset, L. Gosset, Remy Granelli, Remy Granelli, Michel Gros, Michel Gros, Jean de Kat, Jean de Kat, Denis Loiseau, Denis Loiseau, Yannick Mellier, Yannick Mellier, J. L. Ritou, J. L. Ritou, Jean Yves Rousse, Jean Yves Rousse, Pierre Starzynski, Pierre Starzynski, Nicolas Vignal, Nicolas Vignal, Laurent G. Vigroux, Laurent G. Vigroux, "Development of MegaCam, the next-generation wide-field imaging camera for the 3.6-m Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope", Proc. SPIE 4008, Optical and IR Telescope Instrumentation and Detectors, (16 August 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.395524; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.395524


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