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Register now for our new Python, Colab and Github for Astronomy. Our new seminar starts March 17. Learn some of the basics fro using pyton for STEM. More information and registration...
Earlier in 2021, Vlad performed six time-series photometric observations on LCO and BARO observatories of a nova like variable star that is also an eclipsing binary. Under the guidance of Dr. A. W. Shafter of San Diego State University, he reduced this data and...
Our Fall DoubleSTARS seminar will start on September 22 for all graduates of IntroSTARS who have passed the IntroSTARS Quiz. [Due on September 19.] The seminar will conclude with a scientific poster presentation by each team on December 8 followed by the writing of...
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The American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) serves as a dedicated research and outreach organization that allows both professionals and amateurs contribute to the vast and dynamic field of variable star research in countless unique ways.
The 6th orbital catalog serves as a hub for proposed orbital solutions, while the published Sixth Catalog contains only orbits of the highest grade.
This video goes over key points to the email from the USNO, saving the attachments, the historical data raw file, and editing and formatting in Word.
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