Student Astronomical Research in Hawai’i – A Case Study For Use of Robotic Telescopes In Education
The arrival of robotic telescopes has increased productivity among astronomers and opened fields to people who previously would not have been able to participate. Since the advent of robotic telescopes, a new generation of astronomers has started to arise. A generation of astronomers in their teens, freed from late night observing and data processing, are now making scientific contributions to the field alongside professional astronomers. We present some of the award winning work being done by young astronomers in high school and middle school in Hawai’i using the innovation of robotic telescopes.
Armstrong, J. D., Kadooka, M., Kaichi, C., Mathews, G., Nassir, M., Starkey, D. (2018). Student Astronomical Research in Hawai’i – A Case Study For Use of Robotic Telescopes In Education, RTSRE Conference Proceedings, San Diego, California, USA, Jun 18-21