Some children have been taking part in our STEM Club with Mr Gill  this half term.

We have used the world's largest robotic telescope - The Liverpool Telescope (based in the Canary Islands) to take pictures of the Moon. We used specialist software to recoulour our images and the results can be seen at the top of this page!


More information about the telescope, and the website we have been using can be found here.



The Liverpool Telescope (LT) is a 2-metre (6.6 ft) fully robotic Ritchey–Chrétien telescope that observes automatically without human intervention. We can submit our requests to the telescope and then the robotic control system (RCS)  decides for itself what to observe next based on visibility and weather conditions



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