Astrophysics (index)about

South Pole Telescope

(a microwave to radio telescope at South Pole)

The South Pole Telescope (SPT) is a 10 meter Microwave and millimeter telescope at the South Pole aimed at discovering more detail about the Cosmic Microwave Background. Part of the location's advantage is its altitude: 2800 meters or 9300 feet. Instruments include:

The telescope went into service in March 2007.

These Frequencies are useful for finding distant Galaxy Clusters.

(telescope,microwave,ground,South Pole,CMB)
SPTSPT 0243-49South Pole Telescopegalaxy
SPT-CLSPT-CL J0546-5345South Pole Telescopegalaxy cluster

Referenced by:
CMB Stage-4 (CMB-S4)
Greenland Telescope (GLT)
Transition Edge Sensor (TES)