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A magnum opus on the Chajnantor plateau

The CONCERTO instrument paves the way to large field-of-view spectro-imagers operating at (sub-)millimetre wavelengths, write Instrument Scientist Alessandro Monfardini and Principal Investigator Guilaine Lagache.

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Fig. 1: The CONCERTO ‘chassis’ flying to APEX.

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Monfardini, A., Lagache, G. A magnum opus on the Chajnantor plateau. Nat Astron 5, 970 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41550-021-01482-1

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