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Dec 8, 2004 - The JCMT: Past, Present, and Future - Doug Johnstone, National Research Council Canada, Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics.

James Clerk Maxwell TelescopeThe James Clerk Maxwell Telescope is the premier single-dish sub-millimeter telescope in the world. Canada is a major partner in the telescope, along with the UK and the Netherlands. This talk will discuss: why astronomers are interested in observing at these wavelengths, why observing at these wavelengths is so difficult, what we have learned so far, and what we hope for the future.

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