Monitoring T-Tauri Stars using the Remote Observatories

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--Rebull 10:22, 19 December 2007 (PST) Hi guys - i still think it makes sense to have some overview information here, even if you really really really want to keep all the conversations on the 'talk' page.... so put in some stuff here about what these observatories are, links to their websites, general information on how to use the facility. Think of yourselves as mentors to the students in California and maybe Texas who will also be working on this project. You need to put enough information here so that they can join in your conversation, or at least understand what it is that you are doing. cheers, luisa [END]

--DanielleYeager 13:16, 19 December 2007 (PST) Luisa, I'll be working on getting some stuff posted up. [end]


Perth Observatories homepage -> [1]
Sky Conditions -> [2] Your ideal sky conditions are clear. If image appears to be all cleared then more onto Weather Conditions.
Weather Conditions -> [3] Your ideal weather conditions are clear, with no rain, low humidity, low windspeed. If conditions are good move onto Weather Forecast.
Weather Forecast -> [4]
If all is good, log into telescope [5] or [6]

email for user name and password to perth

New Mexico Skies

New Mexico Skies homepage -> [7]
To view New Mexico Skies via sky cam -> [8]
Weather Conditions -> [9]
More weather -> [10]

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