• IPAC

September 2016 update for Ms. Curtis

Published: September 21, 2016

Ms. Curtis writes:

I've been involved with IASC (The International Asteroid Search Collaboration) for the past three years. Hardin-Simmons University sends us images from the Pan-STARRS telescope in Hawaii and we use astrometry software to look for asteroids and then send our findings back to HSU who coordinates with the Minor Planet Center at Harvard. So far my groups have found 5 or 6 preliminary asteroid candidates. NITARP inspired me to look for this project, among others, that I've incorporated into my class.

The application period is now closed for NITARP 2024. We will release our selection for the 2024 class at the 2024 January AAS.