Asia Pacific Telescope (APT)

A network of radio telescopes in the Asia-Pacific region, to promote and coordinate the use of Very Long Baseline Interferometry (VLBI) techniques for astronomy and geodesy.

The most recent APT meeting was held on October 7th, 2004, during the 3rd e-VLBI Workshop.

A short APT Newsletter is now being distributed every month or so.

APT Definition and Aims
Brief APT history
APT meetings and workshops
APT science
Various APT status reports

APT contacts
Information on APT antenna systems & receivers
APT proposals
APT observing sessions
APT technical working group (TWG)

Links to APT telescopes
Other VLBI networks and sites
the Asia-Pacific Space Dynamics (APSG) website

The Hartebeesthoek Radio Telescope,
a member of the Asia Pacific Telescope.

This page is maintained by Philip Edwards,
based on the pages established by Tasso Tzioumis.
Last Modified: 13 November 2004