Global Sky Partners

LCO launched the Global Sky Partners program in 2017 with the goal of inspiring students, teachers and the public around the world to engage in astronomy and science endeavors. 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.

Active Partners 29
Student Publications 18

Current Global Sky Partners

Filtered by Region: Europe

Siding Spring

100 hours for 100 schools

100 hours for 100 schools (100/100) is a collaboration between several organizations involved in providing high quality and well supported astronomy education programs.  The 100 schools come from the 1,300 …

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Hunting Outbursting Young Stars (HOYS)

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

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Observing with Einstein

Participants in this programme have the opportunity to communicate and work with other participating schools around the world. Together, they discuss gravity’s effect in astronomy and discuss creative project ideas. …

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ORBYTS: Refining Exoplanet Ephemerides

ORBYTS (Original Research by Young Twinkle Students) is an educational programme in which secondary school pupils (16-17 y/o) work on scientific research linked to the Twinkle Space Mission under the …

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PETeR

Proyecto Educativo con Telescopios Robóticos (PETeR) - An Educational Project with Robotic Telescopes. PETeR is an enquiry-based online lab which aims to familiarize the Spanish educational …