. Mount Laguna Observatory Streams Images From Telescope to SDSU Laboratory via HPWREN.On April 16, astronomer Bill Welsh streamed images from the Mount Laguna Observatory’s 40 inch telescope to the lab at SDSU( San Diego State University). The next morning, the images were observed by students in the Astronomy 101 class. Time of modern robotic telescopes, would allow for the execution of some high-profile observations that cannot be done by the world's largest telescopes.
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Michael Tripicco is an astronomer who graduated from he University of Hawaii’s
Institute for Astronomy. To get his Ph.D, he used the Mauna Kea Observations ( a
group of telescopes located over 13,000 feet above sea level on mount Mauna Kea)
and his 2.2 meter (88 inch) telescope.He also used the Canada-France-Hawaii
telescope to help support several papers he wrote on chemicals found in stars.