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Start Date:1989-10-11
End Date:1989-12-20
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Correspondence
Start Date:1990-12-14
End Date:1992-10-02
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Correspondence, reports. Includes "Report of Observations Made on the 12-Meter Dome Door Wear Problem and the Repairs made by the Operations Group," 14 December 1990.
Start Date:1986-09-26
End Date:1989-09-14
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Correspondence, memos, meeting minutes; includes "Feasibility of Millimeter-Wave SIS Direct Detectors" by S. Weinreb 9/26/1986; "Coping with Flat Budgets in NRAO Operations" by R. L. Brown, April 1987; "A Proposal to Create a Prototype Intermediate Baseline Millimeter/Submillimeter Array" by Darrell Emerson et al, February 1988 [show more]
Start Date:1990-01-02
End Date:1995-06-09
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Correspondence, memos, reports
Start Date:1987
End Date:2000
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson AZ Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Observing logs list in date/time order all the scans done in each observing program by each observer. This subunit includes 12 meter telescope observing logs for January 1987 - 25 July 2000. From August 1982 to mid-1984, the telescope was shut down for conversion from 36 foot to 12 meter, and no observing was done. Also, no observations were done during summer shut down for maintenance, generally mid-July through late August. Final NRAO observations were done on 25 July 2000, after which the telescope was decommissioned and turned over to the University of Arizona. Filed with the telescope logs are 3 Exobyte 8mm archive tapes of raw 12 meter data: 1986 Q4, 1989 Q1, and 23 July 2000, with a guide to observer initials on the tape labels. [show more]
Start Date:1995-12-19
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Correspondence
Start Date:1977-10-26
End Date:1987-11-24
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Correspondence, memos, reports, photo
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:B&W negative
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Start Date:2000-07-27
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
People:Emerson, Darrel
Hogg, David E.
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:David Hogg and Darrel Emerson at 12 Meter Telescope decommissioning, 27 July 2000.
Location:Green Bank, WV
People:Payne, John
Findlay, John W.
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:B&W negative
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:In May 1982, in the Green Bank Warehouse where the work was done, John Payne (left) and John Findlay contemplate engineering issues during the fabrication process for the new surface and back-up structure that would convert Tucson's 36 foot telescope into a 12 meter telescope. The 36 foot closed for resurfacing and upgrade on 15 July 1982, and first observations with the 12 meter were made on 17 January 1984. [show more]
People:Findlay, John W.
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:B&W negative
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Fabrication of surface for 12 Meter Telescope. John Findlay on far left.
Start Date:1984
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Slide
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Start Date:1985-10-00
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
People:Rhodes, Paul
Hogg, David E.
Reber, Grote
Lada, Charles
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Color print
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Left to right: Paul Rhodes, Dave Hogg, Grote Reber, and Charlie Lada at the base of the 12 Meter Telescope.
Start Date:2003-01-10
End Date:2003-05-20
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Correspondence, signed agreement
Start Date:1985-11
Location:Tucson, AZ
People:Reber, Grote
Creator:Papers of Grote Reber
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:People Unit
Subunit:Grote Reber Subunit
Type:Still Image
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Reber at the NRAO 12 meter telescope, November 1985
Start Date:1987-03-10
End Date:1987-03-18
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Start Date:1990
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:...and the Repairs Made by the Operations Group
Start Date:1982-01-06
End Date:1987-01-12
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Tucson Operations Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Text
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Correspondence, charts
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
People:Cochran, Jack
Payne, John
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Slide
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Jack Cochran and John Payne change a receiver on the 12 meter telescope.
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Slide
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:12 meter telescope on Kitt Peak, AZ
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Slide
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:12 meter telescope on Kitt Peak, AZ
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Slide
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:12 meter telescope on Kitt Peak, AZ
Start Date:1985-02
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
People:Sparks, Calvin
Stobie, Betty
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Slide
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
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Description:Cal Sparks and Betty Stobie in the control room of the 12 meter telescope.
Start Date:1985-02
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
People:Sparks, Calvin
Brown, Robert L.
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Slide
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
Description:Cal Sparks and Bob Brown in the control room of the 12 meter telescope.
Start Date:1985-02
Location:Kitt Peak, AZ
People:Brown, Robert L.
Payne, John
Stobie, Betty
Creator:Records of the NRAO
Series:Photographs Series
Unit:12 Meter Telescope Unit
Type:Still Image
Original Format of Digital Item:Slide
Subject:Instruments--12 Meter Telescope
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Description:Bob Brown watches as John Payne and Betty Stobie work on one of the 12 meter receiver packages.  There were 4 receiver "bays" that accommodated receiver packages like the one shown.  Usually one receiver "band" per package, i.e. the 1mm receiver band would have been housed in one of these packages. [show more]