Keck in Motion – Andrew Cooper

Here’s a new, lively short video that shows a lot of typical things that go on at Keck Observatory’s twin telescopes over the course of 24 hours. This video was created by Andrew Cooper, a Keck Observatory electrical engineer who is also one great photographer and videographer on the side. You can keep track of Andrew’s many activities at his blog: A Darker View


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.@ACKstronomy Great shot, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to your new book on Maunakea! twitter.com/ACKstronomy/st…
HIRESR and NIRSPEC are the instruments tonight. Observers are from CIT and CIT. Sun set 06:56:00pm rise 05:41:00am
Tonight's schedule is MOSFIRE on Keck 1 and NIRSPEC on Keck 2 for our lucky observers from UCLA and CIT. Sun set 06:56:00pm rise 05:42:00am
Watch tonight! We don't know what they are going to say, but think this is an issue we should all weight in on. bit.ly/1PcefIJ
The sky is ready for MOSFIRE and NIRSPEC. Our observers from UCLA and CIT are also ready. Sun set 06:55:00pm rise 05:42:00am