Robotic Telescope for Classrooms
Bring the discovery of the universe right into your classroom. Students learn to work with real data astronomical data taken with our robotic telescope. They can discover how scientists pull information out of pictures or how to capture images of deep sky objects.
Give your students the experience of discovering the cosmos for themselves.
February 2023 Update:
We are no longer offering Virtual Field Trips or receiving data collection requests.
For Advanced Programs: We now provide already imaged uncalibrated data.
The Transit of HAT-P-3b
The Transit of HAT-P-3b By: Lucas Ahn Date: Wed, Jul 27, 2022 As someone who is interested in astronomy but never had access to complex astronomical equipment, I was happy […]
HAT’s off to teens using robotic telescope Two astronomy students from John Abbott College talk about their hands-on opportunity detecting an exoplanet using The RASC’s Robotic Telescope. Read more at […]
Imaging the Jellyfish
Choosing the Target It seems that the Moon and the weather rarely cooperate, and when it’s clear, the Moon is often too bright to capture RGB targets. On one such […]
RASC Robotic Telescope Clear Sky Chart
This chart shows how clear the skies are over the next few days at our telescope’s site, near Auberry, California.