To save on development time and cost, the design of the Anglo-Australian Telescope
(AAT) was based on the 150-inch telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona.
They determined the shape of each and every galaxy by discerning the movement of the stars they hosted with the Anglo-Australian Telescope
and its SAMI instrument.
Members of the Anglo-Australian Planet Search team used the Anglo-Australian Telescope
to make observations of the planet.
The award, shared with two other scientists, was made in recognition of Professor Cole's work on the 2df Galaxy Redshift Survey (2dF GRS) which conducted a study of 250,000 galaxies using the Anglo-Australian Telescope
The O s Anglo-Australian Telescope
is world-renowned for its record of discovery and this new instrument, HERMES, will ensure it continues to lead the way.
Fortunately, using the four-meter Anglo-Australian Telescope
in Australia, Planetary Science Institute (PSI) Senior Scientist Henry Throop and his team have been studying Pluto, watching for any signs of a ring system.
Dr Miles said that he had recently visited Australia, and showed an attractive picture he had taken of the dome of the 150-inch (3.8m) Anglo-Australian Telescope
, now renamed the Australian Astronomical Telescope following the withdrawal of UK funding.
Using the Keck telescopes in Hawaii and the Anglo-Australian Telescope
in Australia, two teams, both including Laughlin, found at least four and possibly six new planets orbiting sunlike stars.
Dr Jones is part of the AngloAustralian Planet Search Team using the pounds 3.9m Anglo-Australian Telescope
in New South Wales, Australia.
The Anglo-Australian telescope
uses a robot arm to place each optical fibre in the right position to collect light from a single galaxy.
The map is being made using the 2dF (two degree field) instrument on the 3.9-metre Anglo-Australian telescope
in New South Wales.
Using the HERMES instrument at the Australian Astronomical Observatory's (AAO) 3.9-metre Anglo-Australian Telescope
, researchers identified the different chemical signatures of stars in our galaxy.