• Gennady Valyavin
  • Grigory Beskin
  • Azamat Valeev
  • Gazinur Galazutdinov
  • Sergei Fabrika
  • Iosif Romanyuk
  • Vitaly Aitov
  • Oleg Yakovlev
  • Anastasia Ivanova
  • Roman Baluev
  • Valery Vlasyuk
  • Inwoo Han
  • Sergei Karpov
  • Vyacheslav Sasyuk
  • Alexei Perkov
  • Sergei Bondar
  • Faig Musaev
  • Eduard Emelianov
  • Timur Fatkhullin
  • Sergei Drabek
  • Vladimir Shergin
  • Byeong-cheol Lee
  • Guram Mitiani
  • Tatiana Burlakova
  • Maksim Yushkin
  • Eugene Sendzikas
  • Damir Gadelshin
  • Lisa Chmyreva
  • Anatoly Beskakotov
  • Vladimir Dyachenko
  • Denis Rastegaev
  • Arina Mitrofanova
  • Ilia Yakunin
  • Kirill Antonyuk
  • Vladimir Plokhotnichenko
  • Alexei Gutaev
  • Nadezhda Lyapsina
  • Vladimir Chernenkov
  • Anton Biryukov
  • Evgenij Ivanov
  • Elena Katkova
  • Alexander Belinski
  • Eugene Sokov
  • Alexander Tavrov
  • Oleg Korablev
  • Myeong-gu Park
  • Vladislav Stolyarov
  • Victor Bychkov
Over the past decades, the achievements in astronomical instrumentation have given rise to a number of novel advanced studies related to the analysis of large arrays of observational data. One of the most famous of these studies is a study of transient events in the near and far space and a search for exoplanets. The main requirements for such kinds of projects are a simultaneous coverage of the largest possible field of view with the highest possible detection limits and temporal resolution. In this study, we present a similar project aimed at creating an extensive, continuously updated survey of transient events and exoplanets. To date, the core of the project incorporates several 0.07-2.5 m optical telescopes and the 6-m BTA telescope of the Special Astrophysical Observatory of RAS (Russia), a number of other Russian observatories and the Bonhyunsan observatory of the Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (South Korea). Our attention is mainly focused on the description of two groups of small, wide-angle optical telescopes for primary detection. All the telescopes are originally designed for the goals of the project and may be of interest to the scientific community. A description is also given for a new, high-precision optical spectrograph for the Doppler studies of transient and exoplanet events detected within the project. We present here the philosophy, expectations and first results obtained during the first year of running the project.
Язык оригиналаАнглийский
Номер статьи950
Номер выпуска12
СостояниеОпубликовано - 2022

    Предметные области ASJC Scopus

  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
  • Instrumentation

    Предметные области WoS

  • Оптика

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