CWRU Nassau Station Robotic Telescope
What's up at the station
- Weather Station
An up to the minute report on temperature, humidity, wind, pressure, and precipitation.
- Polaris Monitor
Check to see if it has been cloudy.
- NSRT Sky Clock
Courtesy A. Danko, this is an analysis of Canadian weather models for North America that predicts that atmospheric tranparency at our site for the next 48 hours.
- Iridium Flares
Flares from Iridium Satellite passes visible at the NSRT over the next 7 days. These suckers are bright.
- Evening Satellite Passes
Satellites visible to the naked eye this evening at the NSRT.
- Auroral Activity
With a geomagnetic latitude of about 52 degrees a minimum Kp6 activity is visible at our site. Auroa are best observed at and around midnight
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