The BRITE-Constellation Executive Science Team (BEST) will accept new proposals at any time and during dedicated calls that will be announced once per year. Following the guidelines described in the […]
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We have selected new targets for ground-based amateur and professional observers for the period until about March 2017. Please find the corresponding table for download on the GBOT – Cooperations subpage. Any […]
As of Oct.3, 2016, the BRITE-Constellation Executive Science Team (BEST) issues a new Call for Proposals for future targets to be observed by BRITE-Constellation. Deadline for proposals is Dec 1, […]
Dear Colleagues, From 07.11. to 17.11.2016, I will observe at the 60cm telescope in Tatranska Lomnica (Slovakia). The telescope is equipped with an Echelle spectrograph which gives spectra between 4400A […]
Marek Skarka (marek.skarka(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)csfk.mta.hu) offers to take spectroscopic observations for BRITE targets with the 1-m telescope equipped with the ACE spectrograph (R=20000) at Piszkesteto observatory in […]
On Aug 23, 2016, we took the conference picture of all the participants of the Second BRITE-Constellation Science Conference in front of the “Jesuitenkirche” in Innsbruck, Austria.
New targets for ground-based amateur and professional observers have been selected for the period until about September 2016. Please find the corresponding table for download on the GBOT – Cooperations subpage.
A document describing the BRITE-Constellation Bylaws has been created and is available for download here or from the Science – Observing Programme sub-webpage.
Moletai Observatory in Lithuania joined GBOT and offers spectroscopic (R = 30000, 45000 and 60000 in the wavelength range from 400 to 880 nm) and photometric observing possibilities with their […]
Find more information about your BRITE-Constellation targets in the HELAS Database for Asteroseismology