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The lifecycle of stars is one of the core parts of the science curriculum in many countries around the World. It is, however, one of the more challenging parts of the curriculum for teachers. Many teachers are not specialists in astronomy and possibly did not study physics past their own school careers.
LCOGT is pleased to announce a new platform for high-quality, peer-reviewed astronomy education activities has been launched today by the IAU Office of Astronomy for Development.
Call for Proposals for Key Projects to use the LCOGT 1m and 2m telescope networks
The 2014A semester runs from April 1 to September 30 , 2014 . The 2014B semester runs from October 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015.
The Division for Planetary Science' (DPS) annual meeting unfolded last week in Denver, CO. This is the main gathering for Solar System and exoplanet scientists, and LCOGT, of course, was there!
Recently the annual Siding Spring Open Day took place. There were several hundred people who were taken on tours around the LCOGT observatory by the observatory manager, Mark Willis.
Here are some of the best images created using our Astrophotography "How-to" guide, with observations made on various LCOGT telescopes.
Get a Flickr account by going to Flickr.com and filling out the information they need.
Near the top of the screen click the button that says Communities, then click Search Groups. Under all Groups search astrometry. Click on the astrometry page. On the left click join group. A new page will open, click join group again.
Call for Proposals to use the LCOGT 2m telescope facilities
The 2013B semester runs from 2013 October 1 to 2014 March 31 UTC.
This weekend LCOGT are hosting a live astronomy Google+ Hangout.
FORT DAVIS — McDonald Observatory held their semi-annual University of Texas at Austin Astronomy Program’s Board of Visitors meeting over the weekend with more
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