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  • KMTNet

    The Korea Microlensing Telescope Network (KMTNet) consists of three 1.6-m wide-field optical telescopes equipped with mosaic CCD cameras of 18k by 18k pixels. Being located in Chile, South Africa, and Australia, it enables 24-hour continuous monitoring of the Southern sky.


    The Multi-purpose InfraRed Imaging System (MIRIS) is a NIR (0.9 – 2.0 μm) imaging camera onboard STSAT-3 with an aperture of 80 mm (3.67° × 3.67° FOV), developed to observe the cosmic IR background radiation and the Pa-α emission line along the Galactic plane (completed in May 2015).

  • KVN

    The Korean VLBI Network (KVN) consists of three 21-m radio telescopes with a unique receiver system capable of simultaneous multi-frequency observations in 4 channels (22, 43, 86, 129 GHz). Its main science targets include AGN jets, star forming regions, and evolved stars.