The following white papers on Activities, Projects, and State of the Profession Considerations (APC) discuss the US ELT Program, instruments or synergistic projects related to GMT and TMT, and other related topics. If you know of other relevant white papers that are not listed here, please write to email@example.com.
See also Astro2020 science white papers.
|The US Extremely Large Telescope Program||Wolff, Sidney (AURA)|
|Multiwavelength Astrophysics in the Era of the ngVLA and the US ELT Program||Beasley, Anthony J. (AUI/NRAO), and Wolff, Sidney (AURA)|
|Observatory Operating Costs and Their Relation to Capital Costs||Goodrich, Robert (GMTO)|
|The Landscape for Directly Characterizing Potentially Habitable & Inhabited Planets in the Late 2020s and Beyond||Dressing, Courtney (University of California, Berkeley)|
|The Planetary Systems Imager for TMT||Fitzgerald, Michael (University of California Los Angeles)|
|A Technology Validation Program for near-IR Habitable Exoplanet Imaging with GMT and TMT||Guyon, Olivier (University of Arizona)|
|GMagAO-X: extreme adaptive optics & coronagraphy for GMT at first light||Males, Jared (University of Arizona)|
|Orbiting Starshade: Observing Exoplanets at visible wavelengths with GMT, TMT, and ELT||Mather, John (NASA GSFC)|
|High-resolution Infrared Spectrograph for Exoplanet Characterization with the Keck and Thirty Meter Telescopes||Mawet, Dimitri (Caltech/JPL)|
|Orbiting Configurable Artificial Star (ORCAS) for Visible Adaptive Optics from the Ground||Peretz, Eliad (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)|
Updated: 24 July 2019