Please note: a variety of instruments are normally available on the LT. However, users should check the Call for Proposals before requesting an instrument for an upcoming semester. There is of course a limited number of available ports on the backend of the telescope; not all instruments can be mounted at the same time.
Prospective users should also make use of the Exposure Time Calculator before preparing telescope proposals.
Optical Wide Field Camera
Near-Infrared Camera [Currently offline]
Fast-readout Wide Field Camera
SPectrograph for the Rapid Acquisition of Transients
Fibre-fed RObotic Dual-beam Optical Spectrograph [Currently offline]
Multicolour OPTimised Optical Polarimeter
- Fixed 180° FOV all-sky camera mounted in telescope enclosure
- Piggyback medium FOV (10–20°) camera with telephoto lens, co-pointed with LT
- Piggyback 1° camera in 200mm Newtonian telescope, co-pointed with LT. [Currently offline]
The Telescope Autoguider is described on the Telescope Specifications page.
LOw-cosT Ultraviolet Spectrograph
Fast Readout Optical Camera
Optical CCD camera
Three-band Optical Polarimeter
Infrared array camera