Table 1

Large Telescope Requirements


Program Title Instrument No. of nights Comments
1/a Physical & Population Studies of KBOs Wide Field Opt. Imager 60  
2/a Three Ages of the Mass-Lum. Relation Near-IR Imager 200 10 yr program
    R=5000 Opt. Spect. 100 10 yr program
2/b Age of the Galactic Disk R=1000 Opt. Spect. 30 Wide-Field Multi-Object
2/c Variations in the sub-stellar mass fn. R=5000 Opt. Spect. 15  
    R=30,000 Opt. Spect. 15  
    Near-IR Spect. 10  
3/a Physical Params of Lum. Stars in Extragal. Envs. R=30,000 Opt. Spect. 15  
3/b Gravitational Microlensing R=30,000 Opt. Spect. * TOO/3 hrs per event
3/c Planets and the Pleiades R=100,000 Opt. Spect. 75 6 yr program
4/a Nature of Protostars R=50,000 NIR Spect. 100  
    R=100,000 Mid-IR Spect. 50  
4/b IMF in Nearby Star Forming Regions R=5000 Near-IR Spect. 100  
5/a Cosmological Evolution of Starburst Galaxies R=1000 Opt. Spect. 25  
    R=2500 Opt. Spect. 40  
    NIR AO Imager 8  
6/a Halo Populations in the Local Group R=1000 Opt. Spect. 50 Multi-slit
6/b Galaxy Formation and Evolution: Dwarf Sph. R=10,000 Opt. Spect 100 Multi-slit
6/c Galactic Disks 10 Gyrs ago R=30,000 Opt. Spect. 30  
    R=3000 Opt. Spect 18 Wide-Field Multi-Object
7/a Formation and Growth of Galaxies NIR Imager 50  
    R=5000 Opt/NIR Spect 150  
    R=10,000 Int. Field Spect. 30  
    R=500,000 Opt. Spect. 5  
    R=20,000 Opt. Spect. 10  
8/a Large-Scale Structure at High Redshifts R=5000 NIR Spect. 130  


Posted: 1/29/98
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