Exoplanet Research at the Whipple Observatory

Exoplanet research at the Whipple Observatory will be the subject this week on the Sky-Watcher What’s Up? Webcast.

Exoplanet Research at the Whipple ObservatoryIn this episode the SkyWatcher team will sit down with telescope operator Gil Esquerdo of Whipple Observatory. Gil operates the FLWO 1.5-meter (60″) telescope and provides follow up observations for TESS and previously the Kepler exoplanet mission. The will discuss what it’s like to run a professional telescope and how to conduct exoplanet research.

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