A HOYS participant perspective

2021-11-29T16:55:47+00:0029 November 2021|

In at the deep end - An introduction to imaging with a peculiar galaxy ARP 227 and a 1m telescope (2/2) By: Mark Seaton, Flamsteed Astronomical Society Problems with the [...]

A HOYS participant perspective

2021-11-23T15:36:27+00:0023 November 2021|

Winning the picture competition By: Myles Gibson, Worthing Astronomers After winning the competition to produce a nice image from the HOYS data taken as part of the HOYS-LCO project, I [...]

A HOYS participant perspective

2020-11-03T10:49:22+00:003 November 2020|

Six years of working with amateur astronomers – an ongoing success story By: Dirk Froebrich, PI of the HOYS Project This article was originally published in Spanish in the magazine [...]

A HOYS participant perspective

2020-10-28T12:46:25+00:0028 October 2020|

HOYS contributor, Mark Phillips, explains how he has tried to automate as much of the process of acquiring HOYS data and processing it as possible. What do you do?

A HOYS participant perspective

2020-09-17T10:24:35+01:0017 September 2020|

A Historic Day By: Tim Nelson, Hampshire Astronomical Group History was made on 14 September 2020 when Phosphine gas (indicating the possibility of life) was found in the atmosphere of [...]

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