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The deployment of observatories such as ALMA, JWST, LIGO, FAST, LAMOST, DAMPE, LHAASO, ASO-S and others have sparked groundbreaking research in the fields of astronomy and astrophysics. The future progression and novel discoveries in these fields will heavily rely on the next generation of large ground-based ...

The deployment of observatories such as ALMA, JWST, LIGO, FAST, LAMOST, DAMPE, LHAASO, ASO-S and others have sparked groundbreaking research in the fields of astronomy and astrophysics. The future progression and novel discoveries in these fields will heavily rely on the next generation of large ground-based telescopes and space missions. This includes projects like E-ELT, SKA, EUCLID, WFIRST, TESS, TMT, LSST, ngVLA, LISA, Tianqin Plan, Taiji Program, FAST Array, QTT, JRT, CSST, LOT, SVOM, EP, CCAT, AtLAST/LST, 60-m Large Submillimeter-wave Telescope of China, MASTER, WFST, CGST, DAMPE II, MUST, EAST, VLAST, SLRO, CHES, ELSE, CPIC, ELOT-CIOMP, CAFE, and HUBS, among others. These projects are either under construction or planned for development in the present and coming decade. This special section is calling for papers focus on new telescope advances with novel techniques.

The aim is to create a resource to be used by the astronomical community as it develops the designs of new telescopes, as well as the current state of the pivotal technologies driving them.

The areas of interest include but are not limited to:
• Millimeter, Submillimeter, and Far-Infrared Antennas and Detectors
• High energy, Optical, and Infrared Detectors
• Advances in Optical and Mechanical Technologies for Telescopes
• Adaptive Optics Systems
• Novel Techniques for Telescopes

Keywords: New astronomical telescopes, Antennas, Detectors, Mechanical Technologies, Adaptive Optics, Novel Techniques


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