This image depicts a young star named GM Aur eating up gas and dust particles of a protoplanetary disk, which is represented by the green material surrounding the bright star. Image by M. M. Romanova


Infant Star Observed by LCO Telescopes

Sandy Seale | 08 Sep 2021

Screenshot of Agent Exoplanet's data analysis tool


Agent Exoplanet comes to an end

Edward Gomez | 08 Sep 2021

After 10 years of service, 6,000 users and over 1 million measurements Agent Exoplanet is closing

A Night View of the New 1m Telescope from its Dome at Teide Observatory. Image Credit:  LCO.


The MuSCAT3 multi-channel camera, shown before it shipped from Tokyo in the summer of 2020, for installation on the LCO 2m telescope at Haleakala Observatory.


LCO image opened in AstroImageJ and annotated to indicate the locations of the stars in a tertiary system. The position angle and separation of the A and C components were measured in this study, see work below by Slown, Freed, & Brazzle.


Asteroid 2020 OO1, image courtesy of University of Hawai’i Institute for Astronomy HI STAR program.


LCO 2m and 1m telescope enclosures at Siding Spring Observatory in Australia.


Las Cumbres Observatory Robotic Telescopes Provide Vital Data for Recent Astronomical Discoveries

Sandy Seale | 26 Jun 2020

During COVID-19 pandemic, LCO has continued to operate their global network of robotic telescopes where it is safe and allowed to do so



Kiosk - observing for beginners using LCO

Edward Gomez | 03 Feb 2020

As part of our ongoing commitment to inspiring people of all ages through the use of robotic telescopes, we are pleased to announce the launch of Kiosk, an entry-level observing portal