4 items with the tag “vysos

  • VYSOS Construction
    NAI 2009 University of Hawaii, Manoa Annual Report

    The VYSOS project aims at surveying all the major star forming regions
    all across the entire northern and southern sky for variable young
    stars. Two small survey telescopes have been purchased and provide
    large area shallow observations, and two larger telescopes allow
    deeper more detailed observations. All observations are done
    robotically.

    ROADMAP OBJECTIVES: 1.1 1.2 2.2
  • VYSOS Construction
    NAI 2010 University of Hawaii, Manoa Annual Report

    The VYSOS project aims at surveying all the major star forming regions all across the entire northern and southern sky for variable young stars. Two small survey telescopes have been purchased and provide large area shallow observations, and two larger telescopes allow
    deeper more detailed observations. All observations are done robotically.

    ROADMAP OBJECTIVES: 1.2
  • VYSOS Construction
    NAI 2011 University of Hawaii, Manoa Annual Report

    The VYSOS project aims at surveying all the major star forming regions across the entire northern and southern sky for variable young stars.using two small telescopes and robotics.
    As instrument implementation continues, We are working with Timm Riesen and Karen Meech to study the evolution of comet tails and to improve data relating to comet-focused missions.

    ROADMAP OBJECTIVES: 1.2
  • The VYSOS Project
    NAI 2012 University of Hawaii, Manoa Annual Report

    The VYSOS project aims at surveying all of the major star forming regions visible from Hawaii for variable young stars. A small survey telescope provides shallow observations over a large area of the sky, and a larger telescope enables deeper, more detailed observations of smaller regions. All observations are done robotically.

    ROADMAP OBJECTIVES: 1.2