I. BRITE-Constellation Spectropolarimetry Team
PI: Coralie Neiner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The BRITE-Constellation spectropolarimetry team investigates the magnetic properties of BRITE targets using the instruments ESPaDOnS, HarpsPol and NARVAL.
For more information or access to the data, please contact Coralie Neiner directly!
Working Groups and their responsibles:
O stars: G. Wade
B stars: C. Neiner
Be stars: M. Oksala
A stars: L. Fossati
FGK giants: A. Lebre
FGK supergiants: J. Grunhut
FGK main sequence stars: P. Petit
M stars: J. Morin
II. Cooperation with amateur observers worldwide
BRITE-Constellation targets are perfectly suited for complementary observations from amateur observers from the ground due to their relative brightness (V < 6 mag)
Therefore BRITE-Constellation welcomes contributions from the amateur community.
If you are interested to cooperate with BRITE scientists, choose a star from the attached list and get directly into contact with the responsible colleague from the BRITE team.
⇒ NEW: Currently interesting BRITE targets for amateurs (October 2016 – March 2017)
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We are in close contact to the following amateur communities:
- BRITE Interface to AAVSO
Contact: Stella Kafka (Director, email@example.com)
Tasks: Coordination of observations from AAVSO amateur observers
- BRITE Interface to Amateur Astronomer Groups in North America
PI: Noel Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tasks: Coordination of observations from amateur observers for BRITE Targets in North America
For further information please contact Noel Richardson directly!
- BRITE Interface to Amateur Astronomer Groups in Europe
PI: Thomas Eversberg (Thomas.Eversberg@dlr.de)
Tasks: Coordination of observations from amateur astronomers for BRITE Targets in Europe
For further information please contact Thomas Eversberg directly!