Digital copies are linked below. Printed copies can be supplied on request. Translated versions can also be made if text is supplied.
Transforming our Understanding of the Universe
Overview for Prospective New Founders
Draft GMT Case Statement for GMT at Texas A&M University
Board and Executive Staff Biographies
GMT Stat Sheet
GMT Information Sheet
Engineering Careers Handout
GMT Visionary Vignettes
Follow the links below for galleries of recent photos:
- Groundbreaking Ceremony
- February 2016 Board Meeting
- Pasadena Astronomy Week 2016
- GMTO website gallery contains renderings and images.
If you need higher resolution copies of any images please contact us.
Please credit images with “Giant Magellan Telescope – GMTO Corporation”
Many other images are posted daily to GMTO’s social media channels – please contact us if you would like a copy.
In addition to the videos below, several others are available on our YouTube site.
The GMT animation available to download below, and is also on the Gallery page of the website. The animation is 5 minutes long (100 MB). A 1080p version available on request (1.7 GB).
Groundbreaking Introduction Video
The original version in Spanish is available to download below (67 MB). The video is 2.5 minutes long. An English version available on request (600 MB).
Drone Video of site – October 2016
This video was made by site safety officer Ricardo Alcayaga. Full resolution video available on request (1.08 GB)
Drone Video of site – June 2016
This video was made by site safety officer Ricardo Alcayaga. Full resolution video available on request (660 MB)
Matt Scott drone video of Las Campanas – February 2016
GMT Founders Chair made this video on a trip to Las Campanas. It is available on Vimeo (password: moriah). “Touring Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution for Science”
We have a webcam pointed at the summit. The live view of the site is available via this link. Below is a screen shot.
- Making the glass for the GMT mirrors. A 5 minute video from Ohara showing the process for making the glass for the GMT mirrors is available on request (220 MB).
- Mirror Lab timelapse video of inside the segment 4 furnace – “Timelapse Movie of Glass Melting” (310 MB)
- Other Mirror Lab videos of segment 4 casting available here.
Groundbreaking welcome reception talk – 2015
(note, videos are not embedded in this talk but are included on this page above)
Scientific Opportunities with the GMT – 2013
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