Remote Imaging: Bug hunting, Insanity, Disasters and Successes

This light hearted and at times serious live YouTube broadcast will cover a range of the types of happenings that can occur when you run your own remote observatory.  What you could face, the lengths you will go to get things working properly, the disasters that can occur along the way and ultimate successes you will have if you persist long enough.

Bio: Paul Haese is the current President of the Astronomical Society of South Australia and been an office bearer in the roles of Vice President, Instruments Officer and Councillor in the council since 2011. Paul was the winner of the Bill Bradfield award in 2011 for his research imaging of Jupiter for the Jupos Project. He was the overall winner of the David Malin awards in 2014 and has several other category wins and honorary mentions in that competition.  Paul is also a co-discoverer of three planetary nebula listed in the HASH catalogue and always searching for more faint nebula. In 2017 Paul was awarded Honorary Life Membership of the ASSA for his dedication to completion of the turret project and its ultimate robotic slaving of the 20” telescope at Stockport Observatory. 

This will be a live, interactive broadcast on YouTube. 

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Wednesday 06 May 2020

8:00 PM - 12:00 AM



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