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What does LBT stand for?

LBT stands for Large Binocular Telescope

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His instrument, to be installed at the Large Binocular Telescope in Arizona, will identify terrestrial planets orbiting in the habitable zone of nearby M-dwarf stars, much closer to the sun than Kepler-186, by achieving unprecedented radial velocity precision at near-infrared wavelengths.
Astronomers at the University of Arizona, the Arcetri Observatory near Florence, Italy, and the Carnegie Observatory has been developing this technology for more than 20 years at observatories in Arizona, most recently at the Large Binocular Telescope, or LBT, and has now deployed the latest version of these cameras in the high desert of Chile at the Magellan 6.
In the analysis, the research team also obtained images from the Large Binocular Telescope at the Mount Graham International Observatory in Arizona and spectroscopic data from the San Pedro Martir Observatory in Baja California, Mexico.
In a new study, researchers described observations of recent supernova 2011fe that they captured with the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) using a tool created at Ohio State University: the Multi-Object Double Spectrograph (MODS), which measures the frequencies and intensities of light shining from a star.