Monthly Archives: August 2017

2017B Day 6: Undergrad Meets Telescope

After two summers of working with Kate, she let me (an undergrad who has never been observing before) come with her to LCO. In short, this might be the most beautiful place I’ve ever been, viscachas are my new favorite … Continue reading

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Do you want high winds, clouds, or bad seeing? If you wait long enough you can have all 3 at once. Btw, you can tell Katie was driving because she just popped the clutch and peeled out (no 10 modi … Continue reading

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2017B Day 4: Jared Says The Blog Rules Say This Title Can Be Anything

Tonight was the first science night of 2017B for the Giant Accreting Protoplanet Survey (GAPlanetS). Unfortunately, the timing of the run is such that all of our best targets are reaching their highest point in the sky as the sun … Continue reading

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