Michael Paolucci: Slooh is designed to empower students

Firepower for your Astronomy Club!

Since 2003, Slooh has enabled people to explore the universe together through its global network of telescopes. Slooh’s automated observatories develop celestial images in real-time for broadcast to the Internet. Slooh members have taken over 5 million photos/150,000 FITS of over 50,000 celestial objects, participated in numerous discoveries with leading astronomical institutions and made over 3,000 submissions to the Minor Planet Center. By the end of 2020, Slooh has 17 online telescopes on three continents covering 20+ hours per day.

Slooh is designed to empower students in class as a part of the curriculum, and also in a co-curricular or extracurricular manner so students can explore space on their own with direct support from our astronomy educators. It offers astronomy engaging and affordable for schools without the requisite equipment or expertise on staff by providing direct access to astronomy educators and real-time viewing and control of robotic telescopes, including seven telescopes situated at one of the world’s top observatory sites.
 Learn to explore space
Slooh’s free live broadcasts of potentially hazardous asteroids (PHAs), comets, transits, eclipses, solar activity etc. feature narration by astronomy experts Paul Cox and Bob Berman and are syndicated to media outlets worldwide.

On 11th November 2019 - Slooh is now successfully launched for the first time in India during the rare historical and spectacular live event of “Transit of Mercury” - where the planet Mercury passes the Sun for the last time Until 2032. The event was hosted by Slooh Astronomer Paul Cox, with astronomers, scientists, experts as guests from different diversities including astronomers from India, who explained everything about Mercury, the Sun, and planetary transits.

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Michael Paolucci mike@slooh.com

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