Current working groups:
Calibrating and testing the performance of CMOS detector for transit observations.
Synchronous Observations WG
Organising simultaneous observations of transits from different locations.
Multi-colour Observations WG
Observing transits at different wavelengths with multiple filters.
Remote observing WG - subscribe before 15/11/22
Organising observations and analysing data aquired by remote telescope networks (LCO & Telescope Live).
ExoClock in the classroom! Developing and delivering student activities.
Light-curve analysis WG
Cleaning transits light-curves with advanced techniques (coding skills are necessary!).
CMOS working groupAs the use of CMOS cameras among the exoplanet community (and not only!) is increasing, members of the ExoClock community have prepared a testing campaign for these new tools! If you already have or you plan to get one CMOS camera, the document here will give you a way to test and calibrate it. While the initial focus is around exoplanet observations, we believe that this document will be helpful to other projects, too. We will be grateful if you could share with us any feedback you might have on the document and any results from testing your equipment.
Below you can find two test runs on the QHY 268 Mono camera, conducted by Gianluca Rossi and Robert Lines.