The unique aspect of LCOGT science is having a global network of telescopes at our disposal. The areas of astronomy most interesting to us are those which take full advantage of this sort of network; targets which appear suddenly and without warning like supernovae and gamma-ray bursts; objects which need to be observed for long periods in darkness like exoplanets and binary star systems.  Click here to see our research team.


More about our research into supernovae.


More about our research in transiting and microlensing exoplanets

2014A proposals

View a full list of programs we are supporting with network observing time during 2014A semester.

  • Our archive of scientific observations with the Faulkes Telescopes.
  • A scientific community forum.
  • Monitoring microlensing events in the Galactic Bulge.
  • Buy network time, join our collaboration, or purchase equipment.
  • Lectures about astronomy by scientists visiting LCOGT
  • See what is happening at our network sites.