AiM Project Group
The AiM project group works with robotic telescopes worldwide [ Some Impressions ]. We are able to control large research telescopes such as the 2m Faulkes Telescope on Mt. Haleakala in Hawaii or the 1.2m MONET/South Telescope (photo: Stathis Kafalis) at SAOO near Sutherland in South Afrika.
- MINT-Camps "Astronomy 2.0",
- "Astronomical Workshop" at the MAG,
- Teacher training at the "Astronomical Workshop" at the MAG,
- Supervision of school and student projects,
- Cooperation with the University of Münster.
- NEO confirmations,
- NEO recoveries,
- MPC-Code for the MONET/North telescope,
- Training for teachers in Münster and the surrounding aerea
- workshops for students,
- support for school projekts,
- publication of observations of the IP J1832-16 we discovered.
- MINT-Camp 2023 "Astronomy 2.0" (in German),
- MINT-Camp 2022 "Astronomy 2.0" (in German),
- MINT-Camp 2021 "Astronomy 2.0" (in German),
- MINT-Camp 2020 "Astronomy 2.0" (in English),
- Teacher training in November 2022 (in German),
- Teacher training in May 2022 (in English),
- German finale "Jugend forscht 2022" (in German),
- Technical work 2022 (in English),
- Technical work 2021 (in English),
- Lesson example 2021 (in English),
- Lesson example 2023 (in German).
- Faukles Telescope Project / Cardiff Uni
- MONET Project / Institut for Astrophysics Göttingen (IAG)
- Erwin Schwab / Minor Planets discoverer
- Planetarium Münster / LWL-Museum
- Sternfreunde Münster
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