The Argus Array, being developed by the Law group at UNC Chapel Hill, is a large (5m-aperture-equivalent) telescope consisting of 900 moderate-aperture, off-the-shelf telescopes multiplexed into a common hemispherical dome. The prototype, the Argus Pathfinder, will demonstrate the Argus concept and observe each part of the sky for nine minutes at high cadence each night.

See our new paper about large all-sky telescope arrays and the Argus Array!

We are actively building the science team for the system; please contact us (nmlaw@physics.unc.edu) if you’re interested!