How to Measure Exoplanet Transit Light Curves w Amateur Telescopes

Off the shelf telescopes and cameras for amateur astronomy are now sensitive enough that you can actually measure exoplanets from your backyard! This hangout features a discussion with Jerry Hubbell from Explore Scientific.

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Off the shelf telescopes and cameras for amateur astronomy are now sensitive enough that you can actually measure exoplanets from your backyard! This hangout features a technique pioneered by Jerry Hubble of Explore Scientific and he will share his secrets to getting these elusive light curves yourself!

Google Drive Folder:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Lh0yiaepMAvpAKQ5QsxITWFiSiTBu5Pp?usp=sharing

Here is the link to Jerry's presentation:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2YRRx8NCcscSEd4aXoyR1lJaE1aV1NILVY2MmM3QnJUY3pZ/view?usp=sharing

Arxiv.org paper:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LufEl5CXLUwU2cxUj8xxEQvMQpgBTg0r/view?usp=sharing

MaxIm DL (aff link):
http://bit.ly/2VT4iOK

AstroImageJ:
http://bit.ly/307wdto

Astro Dennis:
http://astrodennis.com/guide.pdf

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