M1 Control System Technical Project Manager in Pasadena, CA for TMT International Observatory, LLC - Thirty Meter Telescope
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M1 Control System Technical Project Manager
BackgroundThe Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project has been established to design, build and eventually operate an Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) with a primary mirror diameter of 30 meters. ELT’s will be the successors of the present day 8-10 meter world class telescopes. When complete TMT will be the largest ground based optical/infrared telescope in the world providing the capability to study exciting astronomical problems from the nature of extra-solar planets to the first stars in the universe.    An international collaboration consisting of the University of California, the California Institute of Technology, Canada, Japan, India and China has been formed to deliver this exciting project.The TMT project office is located in Pasadena, CA, U


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