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Global Sky Partners

The goal of the Global Sky Partners program is to inspire students, teachers and the public around the world to engage in scientific endeavors. Through this opportunity, LCO particularly aims to inspire audiences in under-represented communities and the developing world, who would not normally be able to take part in programs involving professional scientific equipment.

LCO annually provides over 1,000 hours of observing time on our telescope network to educational organizations. The Global Sky Partners are a diverse group of educators and scientists who run their own fully-supported education projects and investigations using our telescopes.

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Moore Foundation

Global Sky Partners is supported by the Simons Foundation and the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation

View our 2022-2023 report
Active Partners 37
Student Publications 111

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Current Global Sky Partners

Filtered by Audience: Citizen science

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ExoClock

The ExoClock project is an open, integrated platform, with the aim of continuously monitoring the ephemerides of the Ariel candidate exoplanet targets. While many of the participants of the ExoClock …

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Hunting Outbursting Young Stars (HOYS)

HOYS is a citizen science project working with amateur astronomers. They provide  observational data for our star and planet formation research. HOYS as an LCO Global Sky partner will engage …

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Where's the Flux?

Community observations of secular dimming in the enigmatic dipper, KIC8462852. This is an open collaboration with interested users connected through the sub-Reddit, /r/KIC8462852.