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The ESO's Extremely Large Telescope Working Groups

P. Padovani
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M. Cirasuolo
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R. van der Burg
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E. George
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M. Kasper
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K. Leschinski
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C. Martins
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S. Möhler
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M. Neeser
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A. Otarola
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R. Sánchez-Janssen
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B. Serra
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A. Smette
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E. Valenti
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C. Verinaud
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J. Vernet
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O. Absil
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G. Agapito
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M. Andersen
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C. Arcidiacono
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M. Arko
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E. Biancalani
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T. Bierwirth
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L. Burtscher
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G. Carlà
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J. A. Castro-Almazán
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A. -L. Cheffot
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L. Coccato
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G. Fiorentino
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B. García-Lorenzo
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N. Gentile Fusillo
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O. Gonzalez
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A. Grazian
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M. Gullieuszik
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O. Hainaut
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V. Ivanov
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M. Kaasinen
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D. Kaddad
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T. Kamiński
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W. Kausch
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F. Kerber
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S. Kimeswenger
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R. Kokotanekova
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M. Le Louarn
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F. Lemmel
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J. Liske
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G. Lo Curto
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D. Lucsanyi
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L. Lundin
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S. Noll
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S. Oberti
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J. Osborn
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E. Masciadri
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D. Milaković
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M. T. Murphy
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F. Pedichini
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M. Pereira Santaella
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R. Piazzesi
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J. Piqueras López
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C. Plantet
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T. Prod'Homme
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N. Przybilla
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D. T. Reid
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A. Reiners
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R. Rijnenberg
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F. Rossi
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L. Routledge
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H. Smit
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M. Tecza
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N. Thatte
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R. van Boekel
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A. Verma
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Abstract

Since 2005 ESO has been working with its community and industry to develop an extremely large optical/infrared telescope. ESO's Extremely Large Telescope, or ELT for short, is a revolutionary ground-based telescope that will have a 39-metre main mirror and will be the largest visible and infrared light telescope in the world. To address specific topics that are needed for the science operations and calibrations of the telescope, thirteen specific working groups were created to coordinate the effort between ESO, the instrument consortia, and the wider community. We describe here the goals of these working groups as well as their achievements so far.

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obspm-04072834 , version 1 (18-04-2023)

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P. Padovani, M. Cirasuolo, R. van der Burg, F. Cantalloube, E. George, et al.. The ESO's Extremely Large Telescope Working Groups. The Messenger, 2022, 189, pp.23-30. ⟨10.18727/0722-6691/5286⟩. ⟨obspm-04072834⟩
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